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Fantastic Fungi

Fantastic Fungi is a movie starring Brie Larson, Andrew Weil, and Giuliana Furci. Fantastic Fungi is a descriptive time-lapse journey about the magical, mysterious and medicinal world of fungi and their power to heal, sustain and...

Running Time
1 hours 21 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Louie Schwartzberg
Mark Monroe
Giuliana Furci, Paul Stamets, Brie Larson, Andrew Weil
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

June 12, 2019 From the Maui Film Festival's Celestial Cinema. Imagine an organism that feeds you, heals you, reveals secrets of the universe and could help save the planet. Fantastic Fungi is a revelatory time-lapse journey, from 2019 Maui Film Festival Visionary Award honoree and director Louie Schwartzberg, about the magical, mysterious and medicinal world of fungi and their power to heal, sustain and contribute to the regeneration of life on Earth that began 3.5 billion years ago. Better yet, you'll see it through the eyes of mycologists, like renowned Paul Stamets exing about the unlimited potential of fungi in the fields of food, medicine, expanding consciousness, bioremediation, neurogenesis and treating end-of-life anxiety. And that's just the tip of the iceberg.

Comments about documentary «Fantastic Fungi» (22)

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Daniel E.

I just saw this movie in the theatre, and I can't believe I'm not the only one who noticed this. I'm pretty sure it's a "I like it" movie for sure. This is a documentary about the history of the KwaZulu-Natal region in South Africa. I am not sure if it's a good documentary, but I found it entertaining. I don't think it's a documentary about the KwaZulu-Natal region, but more of a documentary about the people and their culture. It's not that there are no good stories in the movie, but the quality of the stories is a bit poor. I like the movie, but I don't think it's a great movie. It's definitely worth watching, but I'd probably watch it again when I have time.

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A very interesting documentary about fungi. The producer of this documentary is a man named Michael Bakan. He is a fungus expert and is well known for his work in the field of fungi. He is also known for his films. These include "Fungi: The Life and Work of Michael Bakan" and "Fungi: The Untold Story". I highly recommend this documentary for anyone who is interested in fungi and their scientific study.

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I really enjoyed this movie. I have not been a fan of the genre before and have not been a huge fan of the actors in it, but I enjoyed the movie immensely. The actors are superb and the story is very original. I have not seen anything like it before and I am looking forward to more films from this director.

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This movie is about a group of geeks who make a living making a living off of making movies. Their main goal is to make a movie so they can make a living. They make a lot of movies and get paid a lot of money for doing it. The idea is to make a movie that will make a lot of money. But, they never really succeed. They don't get any of the money they make. They also don't get any of the support they need from the people around them. They don't have any friends or family who they can go to. They can't go to parties or hang out with other geeks. They just don't have any friends. This movie is a great movie to watch if you want to see how it is to make a living as a movie maker. It is a very interesting movie. The people in this movie are very creative and their ideas are creative. The ideas that they come up with are really funny and they have some great jokes. They are very creative and I really enjoyed watching it.

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Louis Sanchez

The film focuses on the work of a group of fungi researchers and their work to identify and describe the various types of fungi. The film is very informative, but some of the more technical aspects of the fungi research are a little hard to follow. As a result, it may be a little difficult for non-fungi to follow the film. However, the film is definitely worth watching and there are some very interesting facts about fungi that the viewer may not have known. It's definitely a film worth watching and I recommend it to anyone interested in fungi research.

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Jason M.

I was a bit hesitant about watching this film but I am glad I did. I am not a fan of the documentary format but this one was really well done. I found myself more interested in the story and the details of the filmmakers' life than I was in the documentaries themselves. This is a great film for anyone who wants to know more about the history of LSD, psychedelic plants and the people who were involved in the experimentation. It is not just about the effects of LSD, it is about the people who experimented with it and how they were affected by it. If you are interested in the history of LSD and psychedelics you should definitely watch this film. I found it to be very interesting and informative. The film is not filled with some bizarre and sick content, it is very sober and very informative.

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Andrea Allen

I really like this movie. I think it's one of the best documentaries about mushrooms I've seen. The filmmaker, Dave McMenamin, is a chemist and mushroom enthusiast, and his film is very informative and funny. I particularly enjoyed the interview with Tim Leary and the "forbidden fruit" story. Also, the documentary talks about the role of psychedelics in the American culture, which is a very interesting topic. It's also interesting to see how different cultures use them, and how different people react to them. My favorite part of the documentary is the story about the future of mushrooms in the United States. I think that the documentary is really informative and funny, and I recommend it to everyone. It's also a great movie to watch with friends or to just have a good laugh.

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Juan Ford

I saw this film at the Theaters in Atlanta. I'm not a huge fan of the movie genre, but I was intrigued by the idea that a documentary would be made on a documentary film. This is one of those documentaries that shows the real people behind the actual film. I found the film very informative and engaging. The people interviewed are not celebrities, and are just ordinary people who love their life and want to share it with the world. The people interviewed have a wide range of emotions and thoughts about the film and their lives. They are honest, direct, and very genuine. I felt that the documentary did a great job of showing that there are many different types of people who love the same things. I can't wait to see this film again.

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This documentary is an interesting look at the growing cult of psychedelic mushrooms, and the people who used them. It was made by the folks who made "Kaleidoscope" a few years ago, and it's an interesting look at the kind of people who use them, and the things that they do to get high. I like this film, and it's a must-see for any psychedelic fan. I also liked the way the documentary follows the story of a couple who were using it, as well as a couple of their friends. I thought the filmmakers did a good job of keeping the focus on the people and the story. I also liked the fact that the documentary didn't focus on the "facts" of the case. I also liked the fact that it wasn't just a documentary about a case, but also a look at the culture of the drug. I thought it was very interesting to see how people around the world viewed the drug, and the reactions they had to it. I also thought the documentary was very informative, and I think it's a good starting point for anyone interested in the drug culture.

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A series of short documentaries with interviews from the film industry. The interviews cover a wide range of topics, from the effects of the release of the "Star Wars" movies, to the question of whether or not to make a sequel to the "Star Wars" movies. The interviews are done in a very relaxed and friendly manner, without the need to over-explain. In addition, the interviews are done in a very informal manner, which allows the viewer to get the gist of the topics. There is not a lot of pressure to have a lot of information, as there is a lot of information to get across, and the film makers do not want to over-explain anything. The film makers were also very friendly and encouraging, as they were willing to answer any questions about the film industry. In conclusion, this is a very interesting film, which I would recommend to anyone who is interested in the film industry. I have not seen the "The Dark Knight", but I will be looking forward to it.

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Jeffrey M.

The filmmakers of "Fantastic Fungi" have a great deal of respect for the work of Stephen Jay Gould. The documentary consists of interviews with people involved in the film, and what's really interesting is that this is a very personal film for them. Gould is the one who asked the filmmaker to make a film about his work, and it's a good thing that he's had the time to make it. We get a lot of great insights into the process of making the film, and the filmmakers' personal feelings about Gould and the project. Some of the filmmakers even have a message for Gould, and they're very good at showing that Gould is a very intelligent man. The documentary is also a great look into the work of the people behind "Fantastic Fungi", including some of Gould's favorite actors and actresses. The film doesn't try to be a big Hollywood production, and it's actually pretty honest. It's more of a personal project for the filmmakers. Gould is very entertaining, and the interviews are interesting. The film is a little bit long, but it's a good idea to spend the time watching the film. I think the film would have been better if it was a little shorter. I also think that the film is a little too personal for Gould, and I think that the filmmakers should have told the story from Gould's point of view. There are some interviews that are difficult to understand, and that's why I'm giving the film a 7/10. "Fantastic Fungi" is a good documentary, and I think that it's a great way to spend an afternoon.

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Ronald Banks

I saw this film in the theatres when it was released, and I was somewhat disappointed. The film was just a bunch of different clips and didn't really do anything for me. I felt that there was too much talking and not enough action. I felt that the film was more of a documentary than a movie. I would definitely recommend this film to someone who is a fan of the film, but I would not recommend it to anyone who has not seen it. I would recommend it to people who want to know more about the film, but not necessarily to people who have seen it. I would recommend this film to people who like to learn more about the film.

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Amber H.

This documentary explores the history of the best-selling book, "Fungi: The Fungi That Changed the World," by Neil Gaiman, and his relationships with his family and friends. The film is both informative and entertaining. The film covers all aspects of the book, including the author's childhood, the publication of the book, and the publication of the movie. It also includes interviews with the author, his publisher, and his family. The movie also explores the book's influence on the public's view of the fungus, its effects on the environment, and the effects on the environment on the author and his family. It also discusses the effects of the book on Gaiman's writing career, and the effect that the book had on the public's view of Gaiman. The documentary is very informative, and the documentary is entertaining.

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Eugene H.

The film is not a documentary. It is a movie. You watch it and you are like "wow" or "wow". It is the only movie that is better than the first one. But it's a very good movie. The first one was a very good movie. The second one was not a good movie. The third one was a very good movie. And this one is a very good movie. It is very good and I give it a 10/10.

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I recently saw this film at the Ohio Film Festival. It was a great film, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in nature documentaries. I thought that the narration was a little corny and the acting was pretty bad, but the film was great. The documentary was about a variety of plants and fungi and I thought that it was interesting to see the different types of fungi and plants that were shown. I thought that it was a good documentary and would recommend it to anyone. I think that it is a great film to watch if you are interested in nature documentaries. I would give this film a 7/10.

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Kathleen Grant

A documentary about the life and work of Stanley Kubrick. It's quite a short film, but it does manage to be quite interesting. It is a lot of fun to watch Kubrick's life in the context of this documentary, and I think it's a very interesting way to look at Kubrick's life. As mentioned before, it's very short, but I think it's a good thing. The director is not really in it that much, and it's not really all about him, but it's interesting to see how he grew up, what he did as a child, and what he did as an adult. It's definitely worth watching.

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Lori Day

This film is really, really good, as well as the director's previous work, "The Undiscovered Country." It is a very good documentary, based on an interview with the "factual" documentary maker. He explains his experience of traveling to remote areas of Peru and the Amazon. He also goes into great detail about his background in anthropology. He's a very gifted man, and I recommend you watch this documentary, along with his previous work. I hope to see more from this guy.

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Harry Gibson

A couple of years ago, I watched a documentary about the titular fungus, which was supposed to be the most dangerous plant on earth. The movie was quite a bit better than this, but I still didn't find it very entertaining. This film is a much better documentary about the fungus. It's quite interesting. I thought it was a bit of a spoiler to say that the fungus is a little more dangerous than originally thought. The film is very well done and it's informative. It's not great, but it's good.

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Sharon Duncan

A fairly standard documentary on the fabled phenomenon of fungi. We get a decent introduction, then some of the stuff that got the fungus "infested" is shown and then the good stuff happens. The fungus that makes you feel like you're hallucinating, and then the good stuff, as well as some of the details that were shown in the documentary. I really like the documentary, as it is not too heavy, and shows the history of the fauna and flora of the area. I also like the fact that the footage is mostly from the 1950s to the 1970s, which is when the fungus was at its peak. I'm not too sure about the 1980s, but I think that the footage shows that the fungus was more prevalent in the 1980s, and the documentary does not delve too much into the 1980s. I do have to say that I am a bit disappointed in the DVD, as I was expecting a nice, crisp picture with the high-definition format. The picture quality is actually quite poor. In the DVD, the picture quality is just fine, but it is quite a bit blurry, and it is also grainy, and the video resolution is so low that the picture is not as sharp as it should be. In conclusion, this is a good documentary, but it is not great. I do not recommend it to anyone, as the DVD is not the best quality. If you do decide to watch this, I suggest that you watch the documentary first, and then you can see the best of the documentary. I give it a 7/10.

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Joseph Howard

I am a huge fan of the excellent documentary series "Shrooms" and after seeing this documentary I was excited to see the film "Fantastic Fungi." This is a great documentary that makes you think and reevaluate what you have been taught about fungi and mushrooms. I am a big fan of the documentaries, so I was excited to see this one. I enjoyed this documentary and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in fungi and their relationship to the human body. This is a good documentary for people who are interested in the fungi and their relationship to the human body.

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Joseph Jordan

A great documentary that shows the rise and fall of a psychedelic drug, LSD. The movie shows the effects of LSD on the people, and how people reacted to it. It shows the reactions of people who were already using it, to the new drug that they could not control. The movie is a little boring, but it is informative. It is not a film that is great, but it is interesting.

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Dennis R.

The DVD has a number of interviews with various people who have participated in the film. I think they all agree that the film was a tremendous success and it's certainly a shame that it didn't get the exposure it deserved. The film includes interviews with the three directors, as well as the cast and crew, and some interesting anecdotes from the people who worked on the film. The film is a bit slow at times, and you'll need to be patient to get through it, but it's well worth seeing.