You’ve likely heard Buddhists talk of the concept of “interdependence.” For example, there’s the New York-based organization The Interdependence Project, whose founder, the Buddhist teacher Ethan Nichtern, wrote the book One City: A Declaration of Interdependence. But interdependence — the idea that we’re all connected, and that the effects of our actions impact us all — isn’t just a Buddhist concept. It’s an everybody concept.
And that’s what filmmaker Tiffany Shlain addresses in her acclaimed new documentary, Connected: An Autobiography About Love, Death, and Technology. You can read all about the film in the Q&A from our new, November ’11 magazine, in which Shlain is the subject. You’ll find the magazine on newsstands this week; in the meantime, get acquainted with Connected via this trailer for the film:
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