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TED: The Future We Will Create (2007)

Not Rated | | Documentary | TV Movie 8 May 2007
"TED: The future we will create" gives you an all-access pass inside the world of TED to what Wired Magazine refers to as "arguably the hottest gathering around." Every year for four days, ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Daphne Zuniga ... Herself - Host
Al Gore ... Himself
Lawrence Bender ... Himself
Chris Anderson Chris Anderson ... Himself
Peter Gabriel ... Himself
Charles Fleischer ... Himself
Anthony Robbins ... Himself
Rick Warren Rick Warren ... Himself
Julia Sweeney ... Herself
Jehane Noujaim ... Herself
Ken Robinson ... Himself (as Sir Ken Robinson Ph.D.)
Larry Brilliant Larry Brilliant ... Himself
Burt Rutan Burt Rutan ... Himself
Gregory Colbert Gregory Colbert ... Himself
Hans Rosling Hans Rosling ... Himself


"TED: The future we will create" gives you an all-access pass inside the world of TED to what Wired Magazine refers to as "arguably the hottest gathering around." Every year for four days, an eclectic group of the world's most brilliant minds converge to share big new ideas that will shape our future. For the first time you are invited behind the scenes with actor Daphne Zuniga as she takes you on this amazing journey of discovery, laughter and inspiration that is TED. Take a seat next to the founders of Google or the creator of The Simpsons, and enjoy the same enlightening experience that they paid $4,400 for! Written by M

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Go inside the world of TED where ideas are big enough to change the world




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TED should be the talk of conference-land
18 July 2007 | by view_and_reviewSee all my reviews

I had no idea that a conference of TED's magnitude was going on virtually in my backyard for the last 20 years. I pretty much know every time there is an Apple/Mac show, but a conference like TED goes unnoticed.

This was an eye-opening documentary. TED features some of the most brilliant minds of our time and some of the most influential people as well. I like how very diverse the guests and the speakers were. There were guests from all over the country and all over the professional map as well. Between the inventions and the ideas that were displayed, I was thoroughly amazed.

I watched this documentary thinking that I would see the latest and greatest in technology and sneak peaks at what is around the bend, but I got to see a snippet of that plus more. I got to see and hear ideas that would help better humanity and better the world. I don't think that there was a single speaker that I wasn't impressed with, even the science professor that was talking miles over my head. It is a good documentary about a conference with great goals. With so many elite individuals you would think that the conference would be full of egos, but you never got that vibe. It seemed like everyone there was there for other than themselves. And even if some egos slipped into the conference, there were plenty of well grounded and globally conscious individuals to quickly put things into perspective and keep the egos in check.

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