The Film That Changed The World is a documentary film about the story of William and Anais Yeager and the making of the film trilogy Jesus of Malibu.

For 7 years husband and wife and independent filmmakers William and Anais Yeager devoted their lives to create a transcendental film, one that would raise the conscious awareness of humanity and change the world.

 The Yeagers’ remarkable story and their David and Goliath determination to accomplish their mission is a testament of courage and faith.

 Jesus of Malibu was completed with no investors or money and without a single person involved, not even a one-person crew. The film was written, produced, directed, and acted by William and Anais Yeager. The Yeagers also composed all the music for the soundtrack. The film was created by a method the Yeagers called Transcendental Filmmaking.

In 2011, after completing Jesus of Malibu the Yeagers posted a 7 minute film trailer on YouTube. The Jesus of Malibu film trailer would be featured on the International news, seen by millions of people, all in less than a 48 hour time period, due to the Yeagers’ publicity stunt and media protest campaign.

The Yeagers’ film trailer would spark anger and debate and in the weeks to follow it would be banned from YouTube. Regardless of the protests, this independent film trailer would inspire a passionate union of enlightenment seekers who began to donate their talents creating artworks, posters, paintings, comics, graffitis and songs which would invoke a worldwide artistic grassroots movement which became known as the The Revolution for the Freedom of the Mind.

Victor Hugo said: “There is nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come.”

“Jesus of Malibu, The Film that Changed the World.”