The future is brighter than you think
"Inventing Tomorrow" follows six young scientists from Indonesia, Hawaii, India and Mexico as they tackle some of the most complex environmental issues facing humanity today – right in their own backyards. Each student is preparing original scientific research that he or she will defend at ISEF, the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. Framed against the backdrop of the severe environmental threats we now face, we immerse the audience in a global view of the planetary crisis, through the eyes of the generation that will be affected by it most.
With 4.9 out of 6 stars, "Inventing Tomorrow" received a good overall rating from our film jury. On the basis of personal stories the film shows the influences of humans on their environment and accompanies its young protagonists in the development of scientific solutions.
The technically flawless film has some lengths, but is rich and stimulating to a large extent. The journalistic quality is good, but it requires some concentration for the layperson to follow the scientific lines of argumentation.
"Inventing Tomorrow" is a moving film that shows us the value of personal commitment. The initiative and persistence of the young scientists are inspiring and allow the viewer to look optimistically into the future.
|Production:||Fishbowl Films, Motto Pictures|
|Actors:||Jenifer Westphal, Jared Goodwin, Sahithi Pingali, Shofi Latifah Nuha Anfaresi, Intan Utami Putri, Jesús Alfonso Martínez Aranda, José Manuel Elizalde Esparza, Fernando Miguel Sánchez Villalobos|
|Our age recommendation:||14|
|Country of origin:||United States|
|Shooting Locations:||Mexico, India, Indonesia, United States|
|Screening rights:||Submarine Entertainment ()|
Inspirational and invigorating, and the young scientists they follow have a passion and enthusiasm that's a tonic to the soul. Kenneth Turan – The LA Times
The optimism of "Inventing Tomorrow" is quite uplifting, with dauntless teenage thinkers from diverse cultural and economic backgrounds working with resourcefulness and imagination to develop practical solutions to local eco threats. David Rooney – The Hollywood Reporter
It felt like this is the cavalry that’s come to save us from ourselves. These extraordinary, driven, eco-compassionate children are cancelling the apocalypse. Scott Beggs – The Nerdist
"There wasn’t a dry eye in the theater...If you’re looking for a healthy dose of optimism, which can often feel in short supply these days, look no further than Laura Nix’s new documentary Inventing Tomorrow." – Hammer To Nail
Scientific & journalistic quality
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