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  Broadcasting wisdom from
the four corners of the world

WildHeart Vision is dedicated to preserving and
promoting ancient, living, and emerging wisdom.
Through compelling television, feature film, and
special event production, we’re chronicling the
lives and thoughts of indigenous elders, the
world’s foremost spiritual leaders, and the
often-overlooked keepers of everyday knowledge.

Wisdom is all around us.
We give it a voice.

  2012: The Beginning
Feature Documentary

December 21, 2012. This date, identified by the Maya
nearly 1,400 years ago, has in recent years become
the source of great curiosity and debate. Some
believe it will bring catastrophic events. Others, an
era of enlightenment.


  The Archives
Ongoing Community Media Project

The Archives preserves in audio and video interviews dying, living, and emerging wisdom from all four corners of the world


  Faces of Wisdom
Film Competition

The Faces of Wisdom film competition is a celebration of creativity, championing independent filmmaking from around the world. Faces of Wisdom has a special emphasis on shorts featuring traditional wisdom and “silent knowledge”: the often undocumented wisdom that is vanishing from our world as the keepers of this information pass on.


  Youth in Action
Community Co-Creation Projects

Youth in Action provides indigenous youth with
filmmaking instruction and equipment so that they
may capture knowledge within their own
communities. It also supports other youth-oriented
projects around the world.

  People as Trees
Ongoing Community Media Project

People As Trees is an ongoing community art and nature project in which individuals honor the lives of fallen trees by creatively photographing themselves with tree remains.


  Voices of Wisdom

Wisdom is fast disappearing from the world. The information noise on the web prevents wisdom to rise above the radar. The majority of knowledge and wisdom in the world is still in undocumented and oral form.



  2012:The Beginning   The Archives   Faces of Wisdom   Youth in Action   People as Trees   Voices of Wisdom