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posticon Opposite Field by John Cali

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You fall in love with films because films help you fall in love with life. ~ Neale Donald Walsch

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Preview of June 2015 Volume 6 of Spiritual Cinema Circle Films from Gaiam TV

in orbit for eternityOrbit Ever After

A touching comedy taking place in an unspecified future when life on earth — and above it — boils down to fundamental survival. Can a boy and a girl find happiness together when they see each other only once every orbit?

20 minutes in English.Read more

posticon Angel’s Perch by John Cali

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You fall in love with films because films help you fall in love with life. ~ Neale Donald Walsch

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Preview of May 2015 Volume 5 of Spiritual Cinema Circle Films from Gaiam TV

 angel in redAngel in Red

A woman remembers her mother and the promise she made to return after her death. A beautiful and touching film told through dance.

18 minutes in English. Written and directed by Cara Myers.

 

time travelTime

Time travel is impossible, right? A boy is ridiculed by schoolmates when he claims to have hard evidence of it.Read more

posticon If I Had Wings by John Cali

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You fall in love with films because films help you fall in love with life. ~ Neale Donald Walsch

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Preview of April 2015 Volume 4 of Spiritual Cinema Circle Films from Gaiam TV

Alive to Possibility

Explores the challenges facing three men from different social classes: a window-washer living in south central Los Angeles, an affluent conductor living in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and a performing magician. Uniting them is that they have each decided that their problem is not what life has thrown at them, but is instead their own perception of their situation.Read more

posticon Spiritual Cinema Circle by John Cali

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You fall in love with films because films help you fall in love with life. ~ Neale Donald Walsch

 

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I’ve been a fan of the Spiritual Cinema Circle ever since it was founded in 2004 by Hollywood filmmaker Stephen Simon and psychologists Gay and Kathlyn Hendricks. While in Hollywood Stephen produced spiritually themed movies such as Somewhere In Time, with Christopher Reeves and Jane Seymour, and What Dreams May Come, with Robin Williams and Cuba Gooding, Jr.

The Circle has since grown into a global community of folks who love inspiring movies with spiritual themes–movies which Hollywood doesn’t think there’s a market for.Read more

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I know many of you have seen the movie, Tuning In. The filmmakers, David Thomas and Matthiew Klinck, recently published a book, Tuning In: A Journalist, 6 Trance Channelers and Messages from the Other Side. The book gives you a detailed “behind-the-scenes” look at the filming of the movie.… Read more