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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
Andrew Weil, Giuliana Furci, Brie Larson, Paul Stamets
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Fantastic Fungi is a descriptive time-lapse journey 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.

Comments about documentary «Fantastic Fungi» (19)

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David Richards

I thought this was a very interesting documentary, very well put together and informative. A lot of the footage is from the folks who are the plant enthusiasts themselves, who are also experts in this field. It also shows the current state of the industry, the current lack of funding, and the current legislation that is being written. A lot of the people interviewed in the film are also very knowledgeable and knowledgeable about the plant and the genetics. They also have a lot of great pictures of their plants, and they talk about how they get the plants to grow the way they want them to. They also talk about the differences between the different varieties, and the differences in the taste. This film is a must see for anyone interested in this industry.

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Patricia S.

As the title suggests, this is the story of a beautiful woman who has a strange connection with fungi and a strange relationship with her husband. It is an interesting story with some truth to it. I did not read the book, but it is a good movie. I like the way it was filmed, it is not like some other documentaries where it is a very fast moving, and not very interesting. It is very slow, but the stories are very interesting. It is very informative about fungi. It is a nice story that you can see again and again.

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I have been a fan of Joseph's work since the first of his videos, so I had to see this. I loved it! I love the way he presents the world of fungi and how they impact our world. I love the images, the music, and the interviews. I really liked the way he made a documentary from a humorous perspective. I also really liked how he showed the world through the eyes of one person, Joseph, and he was so great at it. I really enjoyed the music and the interviews. I think it was a great documentary. I think the guy really knows his stuff. I think he did a great job and I loved the way he presented the world of fungi. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to see a great documentary.

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Sharon Carr

In this excellent documentary, filmmaker Nick Delpy takes us on a journey into the world of the amazing world of fungi. The documentary starts with a brief history of the fungi, how they evolved, and how they are used in medicine. It then goes on to the fascinating story of how the fungi are cultivated in many different countries. We then get to see some of the amazing fungi that are being grown in labs. The film then goes on to show the fascinating history of the fungi and how it has been used in medicine. The story then turns to how fungi are used in agriculture. It then shows how the fungi are used in the food industry. We then get to see the amazing diversity of fungi. This documentary is great for anyone who has an interest in the fungi or anyone who wants to learn more about the fungi. It is a must-see for anyone who loves science.

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Julie Dixon

I just saw the movie "Fantastic Fungi" in Portland, OR and was very impressed with it. I was also impressed with the stories it was based on. I don't know what it is about them, but they really make you think. I didn't have the chance to read the book before watching the movie, but I do plan to read the book soon. This movie is a must see for anyone who likes to think about how our lives are shaped by the things we see around us. I give it a 9 out of 10.

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It's a movie that does a great job of explaining why there is a need for a ban on the sale of cannabis. The movie starts with a documentary about the evolution of the plant. It shows how the plant was domesticated, how it got into the hands of people who had no idea how to use it, and how it was used by the Romans, the Indians, the Chinese, and many other cultures. The documentary then goes into a history of the cannabis plant, including its cultivation, use, and history. The movie ends with the conclusion that the drug war has been a failure, and that the legalization of cannabis is the way to go. The movie also shows how the marijuana plant has been used for medicinal purposes and it's beneficial effects. I believe that this is a must see for everyone who wants to know more about the marijuana plant.

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Charles Andrews

Not only is the film fantastic, it's mind blowing. I am amazed that the film is still available to rent in the theaters. The movie is so interesting and mesmerizing. It is not a bad documentary, it's more of a love letter to the Italian people. And it's so interesting to see that so many people have been exposed to the film. It is a testament to the ability of the Italian film industry to bring the truth to the public. I recommend this documentary to everyone who appreciates good documentary film-making.

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Jennifer L.

This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I have seen it countless times and am still shocked to see how little people care about the countless species of plants and animals that are endangered and how much they get away with in America. I think this documentary is an important tool to raise awareness. I wish people would watch it and use their own conscience and judgment when it comes to the future of the Earth.

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Theresa Robinson

There are few things I hate more than being misunderstood. Although I was raised Catholic I have never fully understood the concept of communion. I used to think that if I ate a meal with my mother in a Catholic church I was in purgatory until the evening Mass. I didn't understand the mysteries of the Eucharist until I saw this film. I watched this movie before I ever went to college. I have never felt so uncomfortable or confused. I have always felt like a disappointment. It felt like the whole time I was watching it I was expecting it to be a comedy. Then I heard the music and I was embarrassed for those who made it. I have never heard of the band Interpol, and yet I was still laughing at how they sang. I would like to thank each and every person who made this film, I would recommend this to anyone who asks me if they could be involved with something like this. It is a shame that I will never have the opportunity to see it again.

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Terry H.

This documentary is an amazing masterpiece that is hard to forget. Having lived in China for a decade and having witnessed the dis-function of the old systems, the new government has shown a remarkable capacity for growth and development. The country has turned a corner and is becoming more democratic and open. The documentary is so insightful, so heartfelt, so honest that it can touch the heart. The way it portrays the Chinese culture, the way it reveals the hidden crimes committed by the Communist Party, and the way it explains the failure of the CCP in reality, is really fascinating. It is an indictment of a hidden, sinister system that has many critics in the west, but I am convinced that it will eventually come out. It is amazing to see how the Chinese leadership has gone from one extreme to the other and how it has managed to keep itself so secret. The film is very well produced, with excellent transitions and transitions in between, as well as a very high level of detail. There are no big surprises and no attempt to avoid any contradiction. The production values are excellent. I am really impressed with the way the director has produced this. The music is also very well done, it is quite beautiful. The camera work is also very good, the camera is very good and the editing is also very good. The technical aspects are also very good. The voice-over, the subtitles, and the movie pictures are excellent. The Chinese National Cinema Awards have made a great step in making the Chinese movies accessible to Western viewers. There are many documentaries, many documentaries. This is one of the best, the best, the best. It should be shown in every university and every school in the country, and it should be shown at every party, it should be shown at every show of the Chinese Communist Party and of the Chinese Communist Party. It is a great film, it is a must see film.

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Frank Hudson

This documentary is the real deal. It's a real eye opener for anyone who has a child with a genetic condition that may or may not be diagnosed at birth. The documentary is full of factual information and interviews with doctors and medical staff. It has everything you would want in a documentary on the condition. It has a lot of information on the scientific aspects of FNT. It's a great step towards understanding the condition. And it has a lot of information on the child's personality and the family's opinion of the child's personality. And the parents are asked to share their opinion of the child. It's definitely not for the faint of heart. The interviews are very personal and the knowledge is very helpful. You could leave this documentary saying "I did not know anything about it until I saw this documentary. Thank you."

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Brittany P.

A film that will go straight to your mind. One of the best documentaries i've ever seen. A must see for all people who want to see what's going on in the human race. Fascinating and from beginning to end a movie worth watching. Watch it and make your own mind.

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Amy Kim

I am grateful to the filmmakers and staff at the Austin Film Society for a job well done. The film focuses on one particular colony, the Matisius group, and the people who have been part of it. The director interviewed the people who lived there, the people who worked with them, and the people who worked with them. It is clear that the film did not focus on a single person, it was a group. However, for me the real story was the interactions between the people. It is an interesting picture, and very well-done. I would suggest watching it on a regular basis if you have the opportunity. Thank you to the filmmakers and staff at the Austin Film Society for giving this amazing opportunity to the public. It is a great work of art that we all can learn from.

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James Romero

It's no secret that the IRS is the scourge of the U.S. public health. Thousands of people are dead because of it. Here in the U.S. alone, 6,000 people are living their lives because of the IRS. It is a good thing that this film was made. It shows the folly and heartlessness of the IRS and how they make lives miserable. It shows the cruelty of the IRS and how it made the lives of millions of Americans miserable. It shows that the IRS is not just an evil organization but that it is as corrupt as the drug cartels. I saw the film in its original format and I really enjoyed it. If you enjoy documentaries, it's a great film. The narration is really good, it's really awesome and you get to hear what the people are thinking and feeling about it. The way it's edited really makes you feel like you're there and you understand it. This is a movie that has made a real impact on my life. It changed my life and it made me feel the same emotions that the people in the film felt. This movie really showed the true side of the IRS and made me feel like I'm really there and I see it all. This film really is a must see for all of us. It really made me think and it really made me feel. This is a great movie. I really recommend it and I hope that you watch it. I really do. It is one of my favorite movies and I know that you will like it too. I hope that you enjoy it as much as I did.

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Sean Anderson

This documentary has the same premise as the book, only with a twist. It also has the same pacing, with an interest in how art forms and their importance in society evolves over time. I highly recommend this movie, if you like to talk about how the human mind works. It also gives you some ideas on how to preserve and keep a pristine environment for our planet.

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The documentary starts with the cinematic triumph of Ridley Scott's "Alien" and its sequel "Aliens." But from here the documentary explores the rich cultural background of both movies. Starting with the early 70's when Peter Jackson and his team of filmmakers were producing the first two "Alien" films. In particular, the early projects were such an amazing success, Scott was forced to produce the third film, "Atlantis." As a result, Scott was able to make a film for the family. For a family film, "Alien" was extremely successful, but because it was a "Family" film, "Alien 3" did not do very well. Scott used all of his special effects budget to make an entertaining and exciting film. But the critics were not happy with the movie. And then, a few years later, the movie was given a theatrical release, "Atlantis." Although "Alien" and "Aliens" had great visual effects, the film was very long. Although it did not completely fill the film, it was so long that it became boring. Because "Alien" had a very simple plot, the film did not have a lot of moving parts. In contrast, the film "Atlantis" had a complex story, which was very entertaining. However, the film "Atlantis" was sold to the public as a family film, which would appeal to the whole family. And because it was a family film, "Atlantis" did very well. In addition to the visual effects, the film had a good script. The film is also filled with a lot of special effects and actors. This is because the characters are almost all people of interest. In the end, the film "Atlantis" is a very entertaining and exciting movie. If you liked the films "Alien" and "Aliens," you will love "Atlantis."

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Samuel Martinez

The film is an excellent look at the cultivation of fungi. The film is part of the AIP symposium series, and is a fantastic documentary. The film is a true testament to the importance of fungi. The film has a great sense of humor, and is filled with great interviews with experts, as well as stories of the fungi that grow in the wild. The documentary is filled with great quotes from people who have studied and cultivated fungi, as well as the fungi themselves. The film is also very informative. It is not just a documentary about the fungi, but a look into the history of fungi and the culture of fungi in the world. The film is very informative and well worth seeing. It's a must see.

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Daniel Jones

I saw this movie in Montreal, and I'm glad I did. It's not perfect, but it's still a great movie. I think this is a great way to start a movie collection, since there are so many great movies. If you have a little time to kill, see it. You will not be disappointed.

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William E.

I have seen hundreds of documentaries, many of them revealing the profound effect that TV and cinema can have on a nation and a culture. But this film is different. In order to communicate the relationship of science and religion it provides an accurate presentation of the U.S. government's UFO program. This documentary can't be recommended enough, as it has turned an obscure fact into an important and historic event, and made it accessible to everyone. It makes you want to be a part of the history and to share this documentary with everyone you know.