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Musician Imogen Heap To Create Collaborative Nature Documentary

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Imogen Heap wants to get her nature on, and she needs your help!

The famous musician recently announced plans to create a nature documentary using footage recorded by fans.

“It could be a sunrise from your bedroom window, underwater deep sea diving, a flower in a pavement crack, mist over mountains, reeds in rivers, a rare wild cat, rolling desert dunes, the northern lights, a sycamore seed helicoptering down or a cotton wool cloud,” she writes. “We want everyone to explore the colours, lights, shades, rhythms and patterns of nature. Moments that fill us with wonder.”

Imogen decided to start the collaborative filmmaking project after a trip to Tanzania. The goal? To create more respect for Mama Earth.

“I want the audience to walk out during the interval literally bursting with a fresh love and empathy for our planet,” she says. “The plan is then for our film to tour the globe virtually and physically. In cinemas and homes, on laptops and phones, for everyone to enjoy.”

This film sounds right up our alley. We can wait to see the final product!

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