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Jenna Suru welcomes at the Paris International Film Festival, the filmmakers of Kiss the Ground: PIFF 2021 winner of Best Documentary Feature Film, on a Q&A moderated by Producer Actor, Jeff Rivera. Kiss The Ground was directed by husband-and-wife Josh (Sundance Audience Award for Best Documentary) and Rebecca Tickell who are environmental activists. The film focuses on an idea that rather than minding the atmosphere so much, we should focus on the ground that we stand on. Our soil and the hidden potential of the microbes could stop the reduction of the ozone layer caused by fossil fuels and reinvigorate the process. Issues like war, chemical weapons or the recycling of food are treated with brilliance. This documentary is highly educational. It contains definitions, significant visual pointers, that will heighten your own desire to be more involved in the future of the environment and planet. Watch Josh and Rebecca Q&A moderated by Jeff Rivera organized on the occasion of the international premiere of the documentary feature film during the Festival. For more information: check out @kissthegroundmovie on Instagram Facebook and Youtube and their website: kissthegroundmovie.com Read the Festival's Official Festival Review of the film and submit your project to the Paris International Film Festival on parisintlfest.com, or directly Film Freeway

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