"The World is My Country"

The epic true story of the daring, controversial and decades-ahead-of-his-time "World Citizen #1" Garry Davis. The film reveals how Danny Kaye's understudy leapt off Broadway stage and onto the World Stage in 1948 - triggering a people-power movement which precipitated unanimous passage of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Albert Einstein hailed Garry for "the sacrifices he has made for the well-being of humanity." Buckminster Fuller extolled him as "the new world man." And amazingly, Eleanor Roosevelt challenged him to start "a worldwide international government." Martin Sheen calls his story "a roadmap to a better future" because it points the way to how people-power can now give us a saner way to run our world.

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Media coverage LA Times, Washington Post & p1 of NY Times

SCREENER: Forthcoming Documentary - PASSWORD PROTECTED

Audiences gave the work-in-progress preview a standing ovation at the Woodstock Film Festival. 90% rated it "excellent" and 10% "very good" in feedback surveys. Comments included: "Rare that I learn something new – this really got me thinking." "A work of genius." "Very inspired." "Excited. Liberated. Enrolled" "Great!" "Moved, motivated, and soulful." "Gave me goosebumps." "Hopeful." "Empowered, grateful for this man's journey."

Then after taking in audience suggestions, director Arthur Kanegis and his team further improved the film and screened another work-in-progress sneak preview at the Moondance International Film Festival where it was "Feature Documentary Film Winner!"

After Moondance the team added even more exciting footage including actor/rapper yasiin bey proclaiming: "My country is called Earth. This whole thing belongs to everybody that’s on it!"

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