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A documentary by Pernille Rose Grønkjær

110 minutes, color, 2021

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In the desert of New Mexico, a group of scientists, entrepreneurs and innovators come together with an ambitious goal: to secure the future of humanity by creating a new and optimistic pathway into the future. Their expertise is diverse: from science and technology to economics, social studies and the business world.

Focusing on the rising gap between rapidly evolving 'physical' technologies (like artificial intelligence and automation) on the one hand, and our slowly responding cultural systems (government, education) on the other, the group identifies some of the major side effects: rising populism, financial instability, income inequality, and the breakdown of a collective conception of objective facts – all against the backdrop of climate change. Without a change in direction, worldwide turmoil will continue to grow.

Solutions offers deeply inspiring insights into a new vision for humanity, with concrete ideas that will pave the way for solving some of the world's most challenging problems.

Featuring Steen Rasmussen, Eric Beinhocker, Doyne Farmer, Nick Hanauer, Klaus Lackner, Fotini Markopoulou, Andrew Shreve, Johan Bollen & Molly Crockett

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"It may be one of the most substantial and salient documentaries of our time – the doomsday documentary you will not want to miss and the one you need to see. It's put together incredibly well and tells a narrative about our planet and humanity in an impressively hopeful manner – both educational and inspiring while also being visually pleasing to look at. The overall point of this film is more significant than just to show that there are solutions to our problems; it’s to show that there is hope for the future and that there are still people out there who care enough about it to try to save it. These twenty brilliant men and women gather in their headquarters like a real-life Justice League. Their mission? To save the world." - JT Pettry, Letterboxd


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