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About the project

A global nightmare is unfolding as scientists and farmers stand at a crossroads questioning the impacts of Roundup, the most widely used herbicide in the world.


The feature documentary Children Of The Vine investigates how Monsanto’s 40 years of misleading science about Roundup is killing farm workers and impacting public health and the environment across the globe. A shocking exploration into the deadly consequences of Roundup, the film blends investigative reporting with a potent argument that the best solutions starts with banning Roundup and investing in organic,

biodynamic and regenerative farming practices. Directed by award winning filmmaker Brian Lilla, Children Of The Vine is half way through production and raising funds to complete principal photography by the end of 2020.


To make an on-line tax-deductible donation to Children Of The Vine through the Eyes Infinite Foundation, please donate below. For potential donors who would like to be sent a full proposal and budget for the film, please send a request using the "contact us" form below. 

About the team

Brian Lilla has dedicated over twenty years to directing documentary films large and small.  From his award winning investigative documentary Patagonia Rising to the intimate Tale Of Two Bondage Models, Brian’s work spans across themes of environmental, LGBTQ and social justice. Making films has taken him from the Northern Patagonia Icecap to downtown Tokyo to the streets of Oakland. Brian thrives on getting outside his comfort zone to capture stories that bring voice to marginalized communities.  His work has been broadcast on Netflix, Discovery Channel and many broadcast outlets across the globe. The impact of creating stories that makes peoples lives better is why he continues to make movies.  Currently he is directing Children Of The Vine, a feature documentary that investigates Monsanto’s herbicide Roundup and its impact on public health and the environment.  Brian joins the Eyes Infinite Foundation collective to support fellow filmmakers as they bring their stories to life.


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