The Artivist Collective is pleased to announce the slate for this year's Artivist Film Festival, which takes place August 18-20 at the historic Egyptian Theater in Hollywood, screening independent, narratives, documentaries, shorts, and experimental films from around the globe. The festival concludes on with The 2011 Artivist Awards and the winning films of this year’s festival.
The Pachamama Alliance is a partnership between conscious, committed people in the modern world like you, and indigenous peoples in the Amazon, for the preservation of life itself. Pachamama is a Kichwa word that means Mother Earth, and more fully means the Earth, the sky, the universe and all time. Out of this partnership, we have learned how we, people of the modern world, are caught in a trance that is causing the destruction of not just the rainforests, but the health and wellbeing of the entire planet.
Join Barbara Marx Hubbard as she reveals important insights that she has never discussed publicly, drawing from her secret journals and private guidance to share how the process of evolutionary metamorphosis can transform our lives and open new vistas of human possibility. In the first call recording, she explores 3 keys to evolutionary metamorphosis and in the second, engages in a lively dialogue with beloved bestselling author Neale Donald Walsch about these core themes, about 2012 and the roadway ahead for humanity.
Compathos and BAVC presents the World Premiere of THE STREAM –This exciting new eight-part series pioneers brave new models of storytelling. You will hear stories about how art and technology are transforming global communities -- from kids in India putting their slums on Google Maps and fighting polio with mobile phones, to stories from the Guatemalan genocide visualized as cultural data in a breathtaking online archive -- these videos put a startling fresh face on the power of stories and new media tools to drive social change
The Colorado Environmental Film Festival (CEFF) is an exciting, inspiring, and energizing event that includes world-class environmental films with representatives from local and national organizations and companies, topical forums and discussions, and films for youth.
The Napa Valley Film Festival showcases films that illuminate the breadth and depth of the human experience: unique and common challenges, foibles, addictions, weaknesses … but also – and ultimately – the compassion, strength, genius, resilience and love that conquer the above and reveal the best of humanity. We screen each film multiple times, both so that more of our audience will have a chance to see and talk about the same films, and so that our film-loving audiences can enjoy the food and wine in each festival village while the films and filmmakers travel up and down the valley.
Established in 1999, the Ojai Film Festival is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and supporting the art of the motion picture through the presentation of an annual multi-day festival in which films submitted by filmmakers throughout the world are publicly exhibited at several venues in and around the picturesque Ojai Valley. Chosen by Frank Capra for the location of his film "Lost Horizon," Ojai is truly a Shangri-La.
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…