not so daily purefix: 2012, generation we, home movie!

07/09/2010

wow, it’s been busy, and hot out there!  sorry it’s been so long!  i have allot of stuff stored up to share, so i’m planning to send out a consistent stream of posts for a bit.  hope everyone is grand.

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2012: Time for change

Went to this incredible screening last night of my friend daniel pinchbeck’s film.  Here is the tailer and info:

“The ultimate crisis we face is a crisis of consciousness.”  Daniel Pinchbeck

2012: Time for Change is a cross between The Corporation and What the Bleep Do We Know!? This visionary doc is a practical teaching tool connecting anthropology, politics, architecture, history, science, metaphysics, art and ecology…”  Scott Beibin, Lost Film Fest

2012: Time for Change presents an optimistic alternative to apocalyptic doom and gloom.  Directed by Emmy Award nominee João Amorim, the film follows journalist Daniel Pinchbeck, author of the bestselling 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl, on a quest for a new paradigm that integrates the archaic wisdom of tribal cultures with the scientific method. As conscious agents of evolution, we can redesign post-industrial society on ecological principles to make a world that works for all. Rather than breakdown and barbarism, 2012 heralds the birth of a regenerative planetary culture where collaboration replaces competition, where exploration of psyche and spirit becomes the new cutting edge, replacing the sterile materialism that has pushed our world to the brink.

FEATURING: DANIEL PINCHBECK, STING, DAVID LYNCH, ELLEN PAGE, GILBERTO GIL, PAUL STAMETS, SHIVA REA, BARBARA MARX HUBBARD, DENNIS MCKENNA, BUCKMINSTER FULLER, BERNARD LIETAER, MICHAEL DORSEY, PENNY LIVINSTON-STARK, RICHARD REGISTER, DEAN RADIN AND TERRANCE MCKENNA.

http://2012timeforchange.com/

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generation we: in case you did not know, they are our best bet for a more sustainable future…

Millennials are the largest generation in American history. Born between 1978 and 2000, they are 95 million strong, compared to 78 million Baby Boomers. They are independent—politically, socially, and philosophically—and they are spearheading a period of sweeping change in America and around the world. No one knows the Millennials like Eric Greenberg. In Generation We, Greenberg explains the emerging power of the Millennial Generation, shows how they (and their supporters from other generations) are poised to change our nation and our world for the better, and lays out a powerful plan for progressive change that today’s youth is ready to implement.

http://www.gen-we.com/

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home, the movie: one of the most powerful, important and moving films i’ve seen this year!

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