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Time: 24:15

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Jeffrey and Mr. BE discuss the consciousness of dealing with extreme violence, rape and anger as described by Barbara Goldman of the Santa Fe Rape Crisis and Trauma Treatment Center and the various levels of personal involvement from a spiritual point of view.

Jeffrey also reviews Stairways To Heaven - The Practical Magic Of Sacred Space by filmmaker and best-selling author Freddy Silva. Freddy's book, Secrets In The Fields, is perhaps the most thorough and authoritative explanation of the sacred geometry and hard science within the magnificent crop circles which have appeared in more than 11,000 places in the last 15 years.

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the Santa Fe Rape Crisis and Trauma Treatment Center
 
Stairways to Heaven
 
Secrets In The fields

The Santa Fe Film Festival this year runs from Wednesday, December 6th through Sunday December 10th, 2006. There are typically 1,000 submission a year with 200 of those films shown in 9 venues. What a treat for local Santafeans and those from around the world that come to experience this growing event.

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Chalice Well in Glastonbury
Matthew Mitchell
Star Dreams - Crop Circles
Culture and Revolution of the 1960's

About Eckankar and the HU Song

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Direct download: JMOA060927.mp3
Category:Film Reviews -- posted at: 5:44am PDT

Time: 24:37

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Jeffrey joins Mr. Be with a review of Cats Of Mirikitani a film showing at The Santa Fe Film Center. Also a re-cap of the summers goings-ons and what to expect in the fall Podcasts.

The Santa Fe Film Festival this year runs from Wednesday, December 6th through Sunday December 10th, 2006. There are typically 1,000 submission a year with 200 of those films shown in 9 venues. What a treat for local Santafeans and those from around the world that come to experience this growing event )and late evening parties all around town).

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The Santa Fe Film Festival is a Non-Profit Organization
We present important world cinema in a non-commercial context that represents aesthetic, critical and entertainment standards. We premier local New Mexican film, new American and foreign film including revivals, retrospectives, independent productions and mini-festivals. We partner with educational groups, schools and non profits and also provide a forum for filmmakers, critics, educators and historians.

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Chalice Well in Glastonbury
Matthew Mitchell
Star Dreams - Crop Circles
Culture and Revolution of the 1960's

About Eckankar and the HU Song

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Direct download: JMOA060906.mp3
Category:Film Reviews -- posted at: 5:37am PDT

Time: 55:55

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Jeffrey dialogues with Marty Rosenberg, Chairman of the Santa Fe Film Festival about film, spirituality, community and going with your first instinct. The core mission of the Film Festival is "Media that Matters."

The Santa Fe Film Festival this year runs from Wednesday, December 6th through Sunday December 10th, 2006. There are typically 1,000 submissions a year with 200 of these films shown in 9 venues. What a treat for local Santafeans and those from around the world that come to experience this growing event (and late evening parties all around town).

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The Santa Fe Film Festival is a Non-Profit Organization
We present important world cinema in a non-commercial context that represents aesthetic, critical and entertainment standards. We premier local New Mexican film, new American and foreign film including revivals, retrospectives, independent productions and mini-festivals. We partner with educational groups, schools and non profits and also provide a forum for filmmakers, critics, educators and historians.

Films discussed on this show
Brokeback Mountain: Love is a force of nature
Brokeback Mountain is a sweeping epic that explores the lives of two young men, a ranch hand and a rodeo cowboy, who meet in the summer of 1963 and unexpectedly forge a lifelong connection. The complications, joys and heartbreak they experience provide a testament to the endurance and power of love. Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal deliver emotionally charged, remarkably moving performances in "a movie that is destined to become one of the great classics of our time" (Clay Smith, The Insider)

Independent Intervention is an award-winning documentary about the US Media coverage of the war in Iraq.
Focusing on the human costs of war, it contrasts the mass media's coverage of the invasion of Iraq with independent reports of the brutal realities on the ground.

Moment by Moment: The Healing Journey of Molly Hale
Emmy-winning, Oscar-nominated independent filmmaker Dorothy Fadiman directed and produced Moment by Moment: the Healing Journey of Molly Hale, which explores one woman's inspiring response to the extraordinary challenges presented by catastrophic injury.
Having lost virtually all movement from the shoulders down in an automobile accident, Molly's simplest daily activities, her relationships, and her livelihood were thrown into chaos. The film invites us into her life and shares with us the obstacles she faces, the challenges she overcomes, and the attitude she brings to every moment of her new life.
Everything familiar and comfortable about your life can disappear in an instant. How would you face that challenge?

Loose Change 911
"Loose Change 2nd Edition" is the follow-up to the most provocative 9-11 documentary on the market today. This film shows direct connection between the attacks of September 11, 2001 and the United States government. Evidence is derived from news footage, scientific fact, and most important, Americans who suffered through that tragic day.

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Chalice Well in Glastonbury
Matthew Mitchell
Star Dreams - Crop Circles
Culture and Revolution of the 1960's

About Eckankar and the HU Song

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Direct download: JMOA060809b.mp3
Category:Film Reviews -- posted at: 9:00pm PDT

Jeffrey will be doing a two-part interview with Robert Nichol, the creator of Star Dreams - a feature documentary exploring the mystery of Crop Circles. You may NOT want to miss this series!

In preparation, we've put a bit of the intro to the DVD up for your preview.

To support this ongoing project, we highly recommend you go and purchase the DVD from the StarDreams-CropCircles.com web site. In fact, the music is so absolutely beautiful and helps put into perspective the value of this work.

The DVD can be purchased from this link.

Information about the soundtrack can be found from this link.

And stay tuned for the Podcast interview with Robert Nichol on Saturday, April 29th, 2006.
Part-Two will be released Saturday, May 6th, 2006.

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Star Dreams - Crop Circles

Direct download: JMOA060427.mp4
Category:Film Reviews -- posted at: 12:38pm PDT