SOLUTIONS FOR EARTH. HOPE FOR HUMANITY.™

NOW IN DEVELOPMENTThe VISIONS OF TOMORROW™ Project is a TV Mini-Series

By the VISIONS OF TOMORROW FOUNDATION™
www.visionsoftomorrow.org
Produced by Roger Ressmeyer
Anticipated Release Date: 2015

201408-Movie-now-TV-barFrom an interview with Producer Roger Ressmeyer:

“In our new TV Mini-Series entitled Visions of Tomorrow™, we show that the pervading despair about our global problems is destructive and misguided. There’s a better way that enriches us all, in every corner of this wonderful planet.

With the aid of scientific and spiritual visionaries from around the world, Visions of Tomorrow seeks to prove in a visually glorious way, that solutions to the planet’s biggest problems already exist. The starting point is hope. With hope, we see solutions … and together, we bring them to life.

In my own life I’ve documented everything from space exploration to new energy sources, medical breakthroughs and volcanoes.  I’ve talked with some of the world’s most renowned scientists, engineers and futurists.

The bottom line is that overwhelmingly, they believe a better future is not only necessary, but achievable. This is what drives me to spread a message about the power of innovation, and I hope this TV Mini-Series we’re working on at the Visions of Tomorrow Foundation will be a catalyst and most importantly, empower us all to take action.”

Roger-Ressmeyer-300x375 Developed and produced by Roger Ressmeyer, an acclaimed science filmmaker and photographer who for decades worked on assignment for National Geographic, Time Magazine, Bill Gates and NASA, the TV Mini-Series is an eye-opening, inspiring journey into humankind’s outstanding potential when we feel and think collectively, and work together as an enlightened army of hope. It’s a must-see for anyone seeking proof that change isn’t just possible, it’s here now. The positive new reality is easy to grasp… if you just know where to look! Learn more about the project at www.visionsoftomorrow.org.

View a short video of the director’s story below.