Q&A: Director discusses ‘Kiss the Ground’ movie premiere on Netflix

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(NEWS10) –  Kiss the Ground, a documentary about soil regeneration and climate change, premiered on Netflix on Tuesday, Sept. 22. In an interview with NEWS10, Director and Producer Rebecca Tickell discusses the themes of the film, collaborating with A-list talent and much more in this exclusive interview.

The film trailer for ‘Kiss the Ground,’ a documentary about climate change and soil regeneration.

The film is narrated by Woody Harrelson and features Ian Somerhalder, Gisele Bündchen, Jason Mraz, and Patricia and David Arquette. The film is produced by Big Picture Ranch, and features a brand-new song by award winning Jason Mraz. 

Rebecca Tickell directed and produced the film alongside her husband, Josh Tickell.

“This film represents the culmination of tens of thousands of hours of research by scientists around the world who have finally cracked the code on managing climate change – before it’s too late,” says Josh Tickell.

“Never before has there been a more important message, and the good news is it’s hopeful, it’s actionable and the film shows us steps we can take right now,” says Rebecca Tickell.

Keep reading to watch Director and Producer Rebecca Tickell’s interview with NEWS10.

NEWS10’s Cassie Hudson: How does it feel now that the film has premiered on Netflix?

NEWS10’s Cassie Hudson: What was it like collaborating on this film with big names like Woody Harrelson, Ian Somerhalder and Gisele Bündchen?

NEWS10’s Cassie Hudson: What do you hope to accomplish with the film?

NEWS10’s Cassie Hudson: Rebecca, is it true that you have ties to the Capital Region?

Kiss the Ground is now streaming on Netflix.

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