There’s more dirt than you think. Jamie Lee Curtis teams up with co-directors Bill Benenson, Gene Rosow and Eleonore Dailly to tell “Dirt!” from 2009. – a story honoring the very ground we walk on (by IMDb). Soil is one of the building blocks of life, playing a key role in politics, the economy and our environment. Just like humans, dirt is alive, harboring billions and billions of microorganisms, PBS reported. However, because of industrialization, our soil is attacked. “Dirt!” is a call to action, exploring the catastrophic repercussions of neglecting the land that sustains us.
But Curtis doesn’t just speak as the film’s narrator. In 1987, she patented “Infant Garment”, a full pocket diaper with built-in wipes, according to The Hollywood Reporter. However, the “Halloween” star insists on making the product biodegradable, refusing to go ahead with production until a more sustainable model is possible (via Lemelson-MIT). Recently, Curtis teamed up with Russell Goldman to write “Mother Nature,” described as an “ecological horror graphic novel” by Weekly entertainment. Scheduled to be released in fall 2022, “Mother Nature” will be made into a movie of the same name, directed by Curtis herself. “When I was 18, I had the idea for an eco-horror movie called Mother Nature,” Curtis said. vogue in a 2021 interview. “At the time, the idea of a pipeline blasting oil through a mountain was cause for rigor, and obviously things haven’t really improved.”