Today, I had the honor of speaking with Kelly Nyks of PF
Pictures about his latest film Disobedience that deals with the
truth of climate change and how our governing entities are failing
us, as a race, due to political agendas and profits.
This is a longer form that I've been doing because Kelly is so
passionate and so well informed about the subject that he just
imparts so much wisdom that you can't help but listen to it all.
The episode runs about 45 minutes or so, give or take, and is just
filled with absolutely awesome information about the film, the
company and people behind it, and the message they are getting out
there to the world.
It's only fitting that for our 100th episode we go back to our
roots and cover a documentary. There's something to be said about
being able to make a difference in the way the world works by using
the film medium as a method of delivery for a message of social
activism. If you know me, you know that I'm a huge advocate of
social justice and an advocate for responsibility, both personal
and corporate, so this film has a special meaning to me.
Disobedience is a new film about a new phase of the
climate movement: courageous action that is being taken on the
front lines of the climate crisis on every continent, led by
regular people fed up with the power and pollution of the fossil
Screenings are being planned across the globe starting on April
30 to support ongoing organizing to defeat the fossil fuel