Written by Jennifer Sodini
‘Time is Art’, prepares for multi-city premiere and release in three languages on 11/11/2015. Premieres will take place in select cities, and available for On-Demand. The feature documentary film tells a personal story of creative and spiritual awakening of writer, Jennifer Palmer. The metaphysical journey is inspired by the juxtaposition of natural and urban settings From California to New York, tracking the artist’s search for meaning in a seemingly meaningless world.
Presented as a cinematic meditation, this experimental approach allows the audience to experience reality as Jennifer begins to see it – one that is less concerned with linear storytelling, and more open to the cyclical patterns of nature, the hidden meanings of symbols, and the dreamlike overlapping of people, places, and moments. ‘Time is Art’ explores urban street art in San Francisco’s Mission District as well as murals by Brooklyn artists Magda Love, WERC and Chris Soria. The film also features conversations with prolific researcher and author Graham Hancock, biologist Rupert Sheldrake as well as Carl Jung historian, Richard Tarnas, mystic and dream walker Toko-pa Turner, along with many other scientists, artists and activists.
The title, ‘Time is Art’, coined by the visionary author and artist, José Argüelles, is a twist on the catch phrase “time is money”. In the world of the film, “time” is unyoked from the relentless pursuit of material and capital gain and the audience is given an alternative framework: ‘What if we lived in a world where time is linked with creative potential and our lives became our masterpieces?’
The film is produced by Things are Changing Productions and directed by co-creative team Katy Walker, Joel Mejia and Maia Monasterios.
Theater Premiere in select cities and On-Demand: 11/11/2015
- New York City, NY – 8:30pm, AMC Kips Bay 15 (+ afterparty)
- Los Angeles, CA – 7:30 pm, Laemmle’s NoHo 7
- San Francisco, CA – 8:30 pm, AMC Van Ness 14
- Austin, TX- 8:30 pm, AMC Barton Creek Square 14
- Ashland, OR – TBD
- Anchorage, AK – TBD
For tickets visit: http://thesyncmovie.com/screenings
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