IN-Q: One Drop

This is a unique poem, written and performed by IN-Q and set to the beautiful cinematography of filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg, is a message of hope and encouragement to provide sustainable access to water and to transform lives forever.

What’s Possible

WHAT’S POSSIBLE, a film for the UN Climate Summit, was created by the team of director Louie Schwartzberg, producer Lyn Davis Lear, writer Scott Z. Burns, Moving Art Studio, and the Lear Family Foundation.

Beauty of pollination

This video was shown at the TED conference in 2011, with scenes from “Wings of Life”, a film about the threat to essential pollinators that produce over a third of the food we eat. The seductive love dance between flowers and pollinators sustains the fabric of life and is the mystical keystone event where the animal and plant worlds intersect that make the world go round.

Marie Forleo Interview

Feel like you’re speeding through life? Watch this beautiful conversation about the beauty of slowing down, with Marie Forleo and Louie Schwartzberg.

Mushroom Waltz

Dance among the mushrooms in this cheeky 1min video that shows a variety of fungi waltzing through the forest.

Naked Beauty

Witness a subtle poetic movement of flowers as they dance to the moving light, combining close-up cinematography at its finest along with wide and aerial perspectives of the flowering plant world that sustains us.

Moving Art Season 2

In this follow up to the acclaimed first season, filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg presents new films exploring the natural world and transporting viewers across the globe.


Louie Schwartzberg projects his stunning nature imagery on the walls of the famous Frank Lloyd Wright designed museum.

Moving Art Season 1

Viewers will experience the power of ocean waves and the sea’s underwater splendor as celebrated filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg takes his camera into the deep to unveil the mysteries and wonders of the natural world.

Tea Time with Oprah

Oprah steeps the soul with nature cinematographer Louie Schwartzberg, who has worked around the world, filming in 54 countries.