by Diane Babcock
When Velcrow Ripper asked the question, “How can a crisis on the planet become a love story?”, he was amazed at the answer and you will be, too. Thank you all who attended this awesome showing and supported this global cause.
View and share Occupy Love: http://occupylove.org/
Visit Velcrow Ripper: http://www.velcrowripper.com/
Occupy Love takes a closer look at the relationship dynamic and reveals a pattern in the connection between crisis and love as an evolutionary process of the heart. It seems there is first a yearning and separation followed by a coming together, only this time it’s between humanity and nature.
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The Mid-Island chapter of the Council of Canadians invite the community to join us for a free screening of the highly-anticipated documentary OCCUPY LOVE. This is the closing film of our spring series of Cinema Politica documentaries, we’ll be back in the fall with more great films to share with you.
SCREENING LOCATION: Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo Campus, Building 356, Room 109
DATE & TIME: Tuesday April 30th, 7pm
FREE ADMISSION, donations accepted.
The evening will open with a special video message from director Velcrow Ripper. Our post-screening discussion will be lead by Fred Speck, Gwawaenuk Tribe & Idle No More activist.
Watch the OCCUPY LOVE trailer
Join acclaimed director Velcrow Ripper (Scared Sacred, Fierce Light) on a journey deep inside the revolution of the heart that is erupting around the planet, as he asks the question, “How could the crisis we are facing become a love story?”
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