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Fantastic Fungi

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.
(NR, 81 min.)


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Fantastic Fungi takes us on an immersive journey into the magical earth beneath our feet: an underground network with the potential to heal and save our planet. Through the eyes of renowned scientists and mycologists like Paul Stamets, best-selling authors Michael Pollan, Eugenia Bone, Andrew Weil and others, we become aware of the beauty, intelligence and solutions the fungi kingdom offers us in response to some of our most pressing medical, therapeutic, and environmental challenges. [Metacritic]

Director: Louis Schwartzberg
Genre(s): Documentary

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"Eye-opening eye candy."

— John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter

"Chances are you'll never look at a mushroom in the same way again."

— Leah Pickett, Chicago Reader

"One of the year's most mind-blowing, soul-cleansing and yes, immensely entertaining triumphs."

— Matt Fagerholm,

"I don't think I have to tell people what mushrooms can do, but this movie is set out to be a mind-blowing trip about the world of fungi."

— Amy Nicholson FilmWeek, (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)

"The totality of Fantastic Fungi is so entertaining, informative and appealingly hopeful about the hard-working cure-all for our ailing world lying beneath our feet."

— Robert Abele, Los Angeles Times