Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things

I should have shared this weeks ago, but I've only just started getting into the rhythm of using this space as a place to share the interesting or important things I once might have felt the impulse to share on social media (and on social media I would also have felt the impulse to share uninteresting or unimportant things, hence why I'm no longer on it).

I helped produce this documentary, Minimalism, by my good friends Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus, and directed by the talented Matt D'Avella, in partnership with the awesome folks at Spyr Media. And of course, Asymmetrical Press.

I didn't do a ton of work on the documentary, but I did run the tour during which the bulk of it was filmed, and I was present for many of the interviews. I've seen the film, and it's good. Really good. 

Josh and Ryan are touring with the film right now (they have a few cities left—all sold out, although I'm told there will be a handful of tickets at the door). I'll be at the Missoula premier. The film's worldwide release, in over 400 theaters, begins May 24 (find a screening near you).

And you can even preorder the film now. If you do, you'll receive six hours of bonus footage and interviews.

I'm proud to have played a small part in this film's creation. You should check it out.