Fantastic Fungi - 5th Anniversary EARTH DAY Screening

"Schwartzberg’s film quickly proves to be one of the year’s most mind-blowing, soul-cleansing and yes, immensely entertaining triumphs.” RogerEbert.com

5th Anniversary. This NEW edition of the film includes never-before-seen footage!

In celebration of its 5th Anniversary, the box office hit Fantastic Fungi, directed by Louie Schwartzberg, is returning to theaters with an enhanced experience in Fantastic Fungi Remastered, which offers audiences an unparalleled viewing experience with enhanced visuals and sound, allowing viewers to immerse themselves fully in the breathtaking beauty and awe-inspiring wonder of the fungal kingdom.

Originally released in 2019, Fantastic Fungi quickly dazzled critics and moviegoers worldwide with its stunning visuals, captivating storytelling, and enlightening exploration of the interconnectedness of all life forms. The film achieved 100% critics' rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Now, five years later, audiences will have the opportunity to rediscover this cinematic masterpiece in a whole new light.

To commemorate this milestone anniversary, the Fantastic Fungi Remastered 5th Anniversary Tour will travel to theaters across the country, giving audiences everywhere the chance to experience the magic of Fantastic Fungi on the big screen once again.


A vivid journey into the mysterious subterranean world of mycelium and its fruit— the mushroom. A story that begins 3.5 billion years ago, fungi makes the soil that supports life, connecting vast systems of roots from plants and trees all over the planet, like an underground Internet. Through the eyes of renowned mycologist Paul Stamets, professor of forest ecology Suzanne Simard, best selling author Michael Pollan, food naturalist Eugenia Bone and others, we experience the power, beauty and complexity of the fungi kingdom.


“At the heart of Fantastic Fungi is the central scientific reality that what fungi have been doing for billions of years is creating the nutrient-rich soil that led to plants and, well, us. Mushrooms are the visible, edible result of the rejuvenation constantly at work in forests wherever dead things lie, but underneath, the masses of wispy tendrils known as mycelium are nature’s internet: connecting trees and swapping nutrients in a vast network that regulates itself for the betterment of all living things.” - Los Angeles Times

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