A Sweet Spot in Time
|A Sweet Spot in Time|
|Directed by||Jonah Bryson|
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A Sweet Spot in Time is a 2014 documentary by Jonah Bryson, featuring experts including astronaut Chris Hadfield, Ellen DeGeneres' science guy Steve Spangler, oceanographer Dr. Sylvia Earle, and award-winning film-maker Rob Stewart, with musical input by Taylor Swift’s band.
Jonah Bryson recorded the narration in the film. This documentary takes you to the edges of space, to vanishing undersea worlds, to frozen wonderlands, and tropical edens. The film very much reflects on it's title, inspiring people to act urgently - using our "Sweet Spot in Time" to win the race against the 6th great mass extinction. The film allows you to experience and see our planet, in ways you could never imagine, along with showing you what his happening out of sight, and out of mind, all the destruction we are causing. The documentary talks about Deforestation, Ocean Acidifcation, Climate Change, overfishing, the melting of glaciers, population growth, along with other specific issues.
Dr. Sylvia Earle
On the musical side, Jonah Bryson wrote the original soundtrack, and collaborated with David Cook, a world renowned jazz pianist, and musical director and keyboardist for Taylor Swift. He also worked with Nick Rose, a canadian singer-songwriter, who also co-wrote the theme song "A Sweet Spot in Time" with Jonah Bryson. The song was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee with members of Taylor Swift's band: Amos Heller (bassist) and Matt Billingslea (drummer). The song “A Sweet Spot in Time” closes the film, with a music video, shot during the session.
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