Check out this new interview with Daniel Pinchbeck and Christian Strasser after the German premiere last week:]]>
?The best thing about the future is that it comes only one day at a time.? -Abe Lincoln
So, take each day as it comes and do the best you can. Start by watching the first ten minutes of 2012: Time for Change on youtube!]]>
Hoping to watch 2012: Time for a Change again or looking to keep the movement going by sharing it with others? Well here you go:
*Own the DVD! Visit the Mangushop to pick up your copy.
DVD includes extended interviews with well know guests freatured in the film, as well as with Director Joao Amorim.
*Download from the Apple iTunes store
*Available on Video On Demand!
Check with your local cable provider for more information.
You could also host a screening!
Hosting your own screening of 2012: Time for Change can be a great way to meet and network with those in your community who are concerned about the issues presented in the film and interested in seeking solutions.
Promoting your event is an important part of making it successful. We can provide you with posters, customized e-flyers and a press release. This can also be a great way to find sponsors for your screening. Local meditation centers, yoga studios, book stores, co-ops, churches and their respective publications might be great places to contact.
Licensing the film from us involves a sliding-scale flat-fee for a single screening depending on the size of your screening. You may choose to charge for tickets or collect donations to defray the cost of the licensing fee. The fee includes USPS shipping of DVD(s) posters, the addition of your screening to our website, Facebook page & Twitter.
To sign up for hosting a screening or to receive additional information, please email Shannon McCoy-Cohn at [email protected].]]>
Last month, Daniel Pinchbeck and Reggie Watts sat down for a discussion that covered philosophy, comedy, psychedelics, and much more.
Check out the video!
Special thanks to Dennis Lucido for the video.]]>
Unlike many blockbuster films that portray 2012 in a negative light, the documentary film 2012: Time for Change, directed by João Amorim, puts a positive spin on 2012 by viewing it as a catalyst for change. The filmmakers and luminaries of this documentary explore issues related to human consciousness, sustainability, and our ability to transform our society as a whole–for a world that works for all. Since the release of the film, the filmmakers and luminaries have continued their journeys, engaging and creating awareness of our world. Here?s a small list of what some of them are up to:
The Emmy-nominated director of 2012: Time for Change, João Amorim, often combines animation and documentary genres, and is currently working on the animated documentary film, ?Zero Point.? He also runs the non-profit Ciclo Brasil, which implements ecological solutions in his native Brazil.
Journalist and bestselling author Daniel Pinchbeck will host a Reality Sandwich retreat ?Message from the Heart of the Earth? from March 26 to April 2nd at a private eco-reserve in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of Santa Marta, Colombia. Check out the retreat here: (https://www.realitysandwich.com/RS_Kogi_retreat)
The Permaculture Institute currently offers several classes in Permaculture Design at locations in Costa Rica, Colorado and New Mexico. In addition to the Permaculture Design courses, a Land and Watershed Restoration in Native Country (Navajo/Dine) is also being offered. For more information: https://www.permaculture.org/nm/index.php/site/Practical-Training-Programs/
Paul Stamets most recently spoke at the 21st North American Mushroom Conference and was interviewed on WORT 89.9 Madison, WI. Stamets will be a keynote speaker at the 2011 International Herb Symposium IS THERE A LINK FOR THIS?. He will present at the RC Forum at the Evergreen SC Longhouse Cultural Center in Olympia, Washington and will also be speaking at the Soils and Urban Trees Conference in Toronto, Canada on April 26th-27th. Check out his Twitter and Facebook for the most up-to-date news!
Barbara Marx Hubbard recently celebrated her 81st birthday with a recorded conversation with Neale Donald Walsch on his new biographical book on Hubbard titled ?The Mother of Invention.? In addition to the release of the book, Hubbard also created a virtual teaching course called ?Evolution Metamorphosis: An Alchemical Activation of Your Next State of Evolution,? and starred in two documentaries called Visions of a Universal Humanity, and The Truth: The Journey Within. Her next engagement is at the 2013: Day 1 Prophets Conference in Palm Springs, California and after that, she will head to San Luis Obispo, CA for a Women Rising in Consciousness: A Symposium for Women. For Ms. Hubbard?s most recent updates, visit her website.
Dean Radin recently spent a month in India lecturing as the National Visiting Professor of the Indian Council of Philosophical Research, a program in the Indian government?s Ministry of Human Resource Development. He also starred in the documentary, Something Unknown… Is Doing We Don’t Know What. His upcoming events include Sages and Scientists Symposium in Carlsbad, CA on February 25-27th, Society for Scientific Exploration in Boulder, Colorado on June 9-11th, Atlantic University, Virginia Beach, VA in October and Science and Nonduality Conference in San Rafael, CA on October 19-23rd . Check out his blog!
Check back soon for more updates!
- The 2012: Time for Change Team]]>