Down to Earth: Film documents family’s 5-year journey learning from indigenous communities

Life & Soul Magazine

Down to Earth is a documentary that charts the journey of a family of five who cross six continents, living with some of the planet’s oldest indigenous communities, in the quest for a new perspective on life.

Leaving the rat race behind, a London couple, along with their three young children, film their five year journey into the jungles of India, the Australian out-back and the Kalahari Desert, gaining access to areas where film crews have never been before.

The family of five encounter leaders, medicine people, shamans, and healers they call “Earth Keepers”, who live in harmony with the seasons and the planet.

Down to Earth reveals the deep wisdom that the family find in their conversations with indigenous people. Having lived in their natural habitat for centuries without being discovered, the Earth’s guardians see that now is the time to step forward and share their insights with those who are…

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