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Movies at Dancing Moon Books & Gifts

A former member
Post #: 22
Dancing Moon has started a series of movies they call Meaningful movies...

Next movie is called: O N E

Web page http://onetheproject....­


"In mid 2005, the ?little? documentary O N E The Movie, featuring many of the world?s most renowned and respected spiritual leaders, authors, icons and celebrated masters of our time was released; and, has since grown into what can only be described as something of a phenomenon!"

Friday the 19th, Sat the 20th, and Sun the 21st

Cost is $10.

A former member
Post #: 63
Thanks, Dan. I'll add this as a "heads-up" note on our calendar. Anyone else interested in seeing this film? It's an authentic indie film made by a few filmmaking novices. Here's what IndieWIRE has to say:

Ward Powers' "One" [is] a documentary that once again proves that anyone armed with a digital video camera has a shot at making a decent movie. Powers and his friends, self-described as just a bunch of Midwestern guys who are always looking for new activities, came up with the idea of making a movie, although they had no formal training or any connections in the industry. With blind ambition, it was determined that the film should be about no less than the very meaning of life itself, and they decided to hit the streets to ask ordinary citizens a series of 20 probing questions.

As the home-movie project unfolded, their quest for answers took some fascinating turns, and they found themselves asking these questions to some of the world's great spiritual leaders, miraculously gaining one-on-one access to the likes of Deepak Chopra, Robert A. F. Thurman, and Thich Nhat Hanh. Ultimately, the documentary becomes the story of the filmmakers' own journey during the project - a video diary about a few suburban dads who go on a naive quest for the meaning of life and discover what remarkable things can happen when you simply start asking questions.

Dancing Moon are showing the film on Friday and Saturday evenings at 7 pm, and Sunday afternoon at 1:30. If there is enough interest in seeing this, we will schedule a Meetup.
user 3010351
Raleigh, NC
Post #: 7
glad i read the review; it does sound interesting. i'd go see it.
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