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Announcements
UserpicOne Mind is to Premier in NYC
Posted by Myfilmblog
01.09.2017
 

One Mind is a rare cinematic portrait of life inside one of China’s most austere and revered Zen communities. The monks at Zhenru Chan Monastery continue to uphold a strict monastic code established over 1400 years ago by the founding patriarchs of Zen in China. In harmony with the land that sustains them, the monks operate an organic farm, grow tea, and harvest bamboo to fuel their kitchen fires. At the heart of this community, a group of cloistered meditators sit in silence for 8 hours every day. Suggesting a Zen version of the critically acclaimed film Into Great Silence, One Mind offers an intimate glimpse into a thriving Buddhist monastery in modern China.

One Mind will play at Rubin Museum in New York City on September 22

One Mind Web Site


Announcements
UserpicGod Knows Where I Am Opens at Lincoln Plaza
Posted by Elizabeth
15.03.2017

 Come see the film the critics are raving about.

“A film of great beauty and tenderness that gradually reveals a confounding mental illness, this film is a human story at its heart. Ultimately, it illuminates a hidden problem of vast proportion with an epic yet intimate cinematic vision.” – Jury, Hot Docs 


Announcements
UserpicYarn at SXSW
Posted by Elizabeth
27.03.2016

Yarn was sold out at both weekend screenings at SXSW. Bring this film to your community! 


 

As COO of Bond Influence and Strategy, Elizabeth is responsible for film acquisitions and business development, including publishing and production. Elizabeth’s film acquisition strategy is based on a collaborative approach with documentary filmmakers to develop and execute bespoke all-rights releases.


Reviews
UserpicA Work of Astounding Sensitivity and Precision
Posted by Myfilmblog
05.11.2015

"Simply and profoundly humanistic, Of Men and War is a massive film wrought from tiny gestures."

A work of astounding sensitivity and precision, Of Men and War argues for emotional honesty as a moral and psychic imperative. The second part of his “Genealogy of Wrath” trilogy (the first, War Wearied, followed three widows in the aftermath of the war in Bosnia), Laurent Bécue-Renard's film avoids the politics of modern warfare, maintaining a rigorous focus on past traumas and present struggles of its subjects, a group of PTSD-inflicted veterans residing at a health-care facility in California's Napa Valley.

Read full review at Slant Magazine

Opens in theaters across the United States November 6th in honor of Veteran's Day. Visit the website to find a city near you.