Wow, Earth Week was an amazing week for transformational media! There were over 1000 community/home screenings of Do The Math, 350.orgs hot new film showing the...
If you go to foreign films, if you go to documentaries, if you go to independent films, if you go to good films, you will become a better person because you will unde...
With spring around the corner, we are turning over to a new season of important film festivals to attend. Scattered across the nation, are a plethora of festivals to ...
A film that captures the portraits and stories of extraordinary women around the world who are coming together to heal the injustices against the earth, weaves together poetry, music, art and stunning scenery to create a hopeful and collective story that inspires us to work for the earth.
Occupy Love explores the growing realization that the dominant system of power is failing to provide us with health, happiness or meaning. The old paradigm that concentrates wealth, founded on the greed of the few, is causing economic and ecological collapse. The resulting crisis has become the catalyst for a profound awakening: millions of people are deciding that enough…
Dr. Hew Len has amazingly successful experiences working with the the Self Identity through Hooponopono (SITH) forgiveness work.
While filming her documentary on sustainable food systems, Ana Sofia Joanes changes her outlook on life.
In July 2006, I was at Joel Salatin's Polyface Farm in Swoope, Va., shooting "FRESH," my documentary about sustainable food systems. One morning, I decided to get my hands dirty and join the farm's interns in some chores. I was lugging large water buckets up a hill, bringing water to the chickens. It was sweltering. In excitement, the chickens were stepping on each other to reach the water first. A wave of satisfaction rose in my chest; these chickens need me!
Kevin Spacey talks about success and "There is no prize ‘out there’" that can be measured, but an internal quality, only relative to the individual. He talks about going beyond desire to "being" success.
Folk musician and controversial activist Pete Seeger went from Harvard to the top of the music charts to the McCarthy black list to protesting for civil rights, disarmament, and currently, at age 91, the environment. Filmmaker Jim brown deftly crafts his biopic from archival footage of Seeger’s performances (“Turn, Turn, Turn,” “If I Had a Hammer”),
Many times the situation seems bleak, and we hear "You'll never..." or "You can't...". But what happens when someone believes in you? Amazing transformations can occur as in this video.
Who can YOU support with that type of belief TODAY?
The Hopi Elders come forward with a message to the world in response to the tsunami and earthquake in Japan. They give humanity a simple message for our
future and how to overcome these difficult times.
Kikmongwi (Village Chief)
Lee Wayne Lomayestewa of the Village of Sungopavi
**The OFFICIAL LETTER can be found at http://www.bluestarprophecy.com/hopi-call-for-prayer-to-restore-balance-in-ja...
The AwareGuide, the guide to life changing media, announced the results of the Top Transformational Films of 2012. The top films were selected as Viewer's Choice and Editor's Choice from over 30 films that were included in the voting, which included 3 films that are on this year's Academy Award shortlist. Films were also chosen for the Impact Award and the Inspiration Award.
A call to action from the international youth at the climate talks in Cancun. "They've been negotiating all our lives..."
Narayanan Krishnan was a bright, young, award-winning chef with a five-star hotel group, short-listed for an elite job in Switzerland. But a quick family visit home before heading to Europe changed everything.
"I saw a very old man eating his own human waste for food," Krishnan said. "It really hurt me so much. I was literally shocked for a second. After that, I started feeding that man and decided this is what I should do the rest of my lifetime."
Have you ever wanted to enjoy a film that made you feel happy and inspired? And what if you also see the harsh realities of life and war in the same film and feel unbelievably connected to a remarkable person? This film about the astounding life of Tibetan Lama Garchen Rinpoche is all these things.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL BEINGS premiered recently in Prescott, Arizona. Before the movie began Garchen Rinpoche came to the stage smiling and explaining stories through his translator. At his insistence the film was being shown in its unfinished state in honor of a Holy Lama visiting from India.
350.org is an international campaign that's building a movement to unite the world around solutions to the climate crisis--the solutions that science and justice demand.
Our mission is to inspire the world to rise to the challenge of the climate…