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Tom Shadyac

WATCH: 'Ace Ventura' Director Lives Very Modestly

The Huffington Post | Michelle Manetti | Posted 05.07.2013 | HuffPost Home

Even with a big movie in the works, he's happy in his relatively small abode.

I Am, You Are, We Are... Connected

Gaia | Posted 03.06.2013 | Healthy Living

What's wrong with our world? What can we do about it? These two questions shaped the profound documentary I Am, produced by Tom Shadyac, director, screenwriter and producer.

Bliss Is the New Black

Lissa Coffey | Posted 09.01.2012 | Healthy Living
Lissa Coffey

If there's anything that this downturn in the economy has taught us, it's that our happiness does not depend on the money we make. We have learned to be creative, to downsize, to "make do" and to accomplish more with fewer resources.

Environmental Activism: 33rd Mountainfilm in Telluride Focuses on Action

Jerry Cope | Posted 07.26.2011 | Green
Jerry Cope

For 33 years the Mountainfilm in Telluride festival has established an annual tradition of bringing together filmmakers, environmentalists, educators...

Threads of Compassion Weave Warmth, Gratitude and Life-Changing Lessons

Toan Lam | Posted 06.11.2011 | Impact
Toan Lam

Tom Shadyac's nonfiction documentary "I Am" is a powerful and eyeopening look into our world. It raises two simple questions: "What's wrong with our world?" and "How can we all can make it better?"

I AM: The Film, the Message and... Water Bottles?

Cocoa Popps | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Cocoa Popps

I went to a screening of the documentary, I AM. It was written and directed by Tom Shadyac, a Hollywood director whose projects include Ace Ventura, ...

I Am Review: Hollywood Director Exlores What's Right with the World

Dan Siegel | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Dan Siegel

As the world is transfixed by remarkable change in the Middle East, America's popcorn culture distracts us with another Nicholas Cage road rage movie ...

HuffPost Review: I Am

Marshall Fine | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

As I watched Tom Shadyac's documentary I Am., I wondered: Does it take a near-death experience to open our eyes to the wonder of life and force us to reckon our place in the world?