Op-Ed: ‘Common Ground’ deserves an Oscar nomination more than any other documentary this year

Jason Momoa in 'Common Ground'
Jason Momoa in 'Common Ground.' Photo Courtesy of 'Common Ground'

“Common Ground,” directed by Josh and Rebecca Tickell, deserves an Oscar nomination more than any other documentary this year. #Powerjournalist Markos Papadatos has the scoop.

This is an enlightening film that sheds light on the growing regenerative agriculture movement in the United States. The Tickells wrote the screenplay with Johnny O’Hara. It deserves to score an Academy Award nomination for “Best Documentary Feature Film.”

Oscar winner Laura Dern (“Marriage Story”) narrated the film along with Jason Momoa, Rosario Dawson, Woody Harrelson, Ian Somerhalder, and Donald Glover.

The movie was written as a love letter to their children and it offers solution on how we can fix our broken food system, which is food for thought. It is the goal of Regenerative farmers to help bring soil health across the continent and beyond, in an effort to grow and foster this ever-growing regenerative movement.

Academy voters ought to cast a vote for “Common Ground”… It stands out not only from its entertainment value, but for educational and informational purposes as well as from a social and cultural impact standpoint… It is more than just a film; it’s a movement. The soil will thank us.

To learn more about the film “Common Ground,” visit its official website.