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Projects inspired by an integral view
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NEW FILM PROJECT
What are the current global crises
asking of us?
(the new film's central question)
Progress as of December 2022:
Covid-19 changed everything...
Covid gave us time to dive back into film to make it more meaningful
and relevant to our changing times.
A new interview with a man who has lived on the streets for 30 years. Kawich speaks from his gut and his heart with an honesty that is engaging and refreshing.
Two of our interviewees have had Hollywood movies made about their lives,
and one is a 2021 Nobel Peace Prize Nominee.
A cornucopia of dynamic visuals has been procured.
Joseh has begun to compose the film's original music score.
Animation is in the works.
Test audience screenings are coming.
Colour and sound correction has begun.
Much work remains, and technical issues permitting,
the projected release for the new film is 2023.
Some of the team:
Karen Everett is an award winning documentary filmmaker
and leading story consultant who is passionate about
guiding filmmakers to create films that better the human
condition. She taught documentary editing for 18 years at
Who Do We Think We Are?
A new film inspired by the Integral Yoga
Marc Tawil has worked in cinema for over 23 years. As director,
director of photography, sound recordist, and re-recording
mixer he shares his talent on projects close to his heart and
values. His latest award-winning documentary is,
Our Back Lane.
Nathan Pupo-Greene is a 22 year old filmmaker who is
currently completing his bachelor's degree in film
production. Nathan's love for cinema stems from his
desire to offer the viewer a trying sensory experience.
Some of the people whom we have interviewed for
the new film:
Living on the streets
for 30 years
Wat Chedi Luang
Chang Mai, Thailand
Neale Donald Walsch
CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD
Minister of Education
Patch Adams, MD,
Physician and clown
Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati, Ph.D.,
Parmarth Niketan, Rishikesh, India
Educator and Auroville Resident
Pravir Malik, Ph.D.,
Head of Organizational Sciences at Zappos.com
Brant Cortright, Ph.D.,
Professor of psychology
Pavilion of Tibetan Culture,
Thank you and we hope to hear from you.
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