The Sacred Run film screening - 2nd Annual World Peace Earth Day Celebration

Documentary Film screening "The Sacred Run, the lotus and the feather" and Circle Ceremony with Mohawk Elder Rainbow Weaver. First Nation people from North America and Japan, joined by volunteers from 13 countries traveled 4,000 km along the Sea of Japan on a ceremonial run finishing in Hiroshima and Nagasaki on the anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima. The filmmaker Andrea Sadler, joined this run, with camera in hand, to present a remarkable physical and spiritual journey of a diverse group of all ages who carried the simple message that All Life is Sacred. A stunning visual portrait of individuals committed to promoting peace, encouraging respect for the planet and all life, and to sharing the rich culture diversity of the human race. "With this film my intention is to inspire people to believe in their higher visions and to take positive action to create a better world." - Andrea Sadler SPECIAL NOTE: THIS FILM SCREENING WILL BE A LAUNCHING POINT FOR THE AND... ACTION "SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLE" ACTIONSHOP SERIES THAT WILL BEGIN IN LATE MAY 2008.

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  • Andrea S.

    The feedback from people who came to see my film was amazing! It makes all the hard work worth it!
    Thanks to all who came and participated heart and soul fully in the circle ceremony!

    April 24, 2008

  • teresa

    HI I bought a copy of the film(dvd) if this meetup wants to show it.

    April 23, 2008

  • teresa

    great documentary not to be missed

    April 23, 2008

  • Andrea S.

    Hi Everyone,
    I will be present at this event of course and I just had great news that several Native Elders from Canada are driving down to participate. It should prove to be a very special evening and I hope to see you there! Andrea

    April 9, 2008

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