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Earth Wisdom for a World in Crisis
Century Larkspur 2Fri, Oct 13 6:15 PM
FOCUS: STEWARDS OF THE EARTH At this urgent time of climate change, indigenous people around the globe hold untapped wisdom and experience in human adaptation for survival. Will international leaders heed our native brothers and sisters and learn how to live sustainably before it’s too late? In this episode of the Global Spirit series, Emmy-winning local filmmaker Stephen Olsson focuses on indigenous leaders and tribal representatives who come together at the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. Living in reciprocity with nature, they know how to spiritually and materially restore harmony and balance after destruction of land and water. Indigenous wisdom keepers and non-native allies gathered as the prophesied Rainbow Tribe to nonviolently protect the water at Standing Rock Sioux Reservation where they slowed progress of the Dakota Access Pipe Line, the foretold Black Snake. Here, and at the UN, they are the voice of the earth. Time to listen.
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Film Info
Year:2017
Running Time:25 min.
Premiere Status:World
Description
The story of two music programs for kids—one in Haiti and one in California—that come together, discovering that music is a universal language that connects us all.

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Don Hardy is an Emmy award winning filmmaker and co-founder of KTF Films. His most recent film, Theory of Obscurity, about the legendary music collective known as The Residents was released theatrically in April of 2016. Don’s film, The Human Experiment, premiered at the Mill Valley Film Festival in 2013. Currently, Don is in production on two new feature films: Pick of the Litter follows a litter of puppies on their quest to become Guide Dogs for the Blind, and Camp Penn, which documents the birth and growth of an NGO in Haiti after the catastrophic earthquake in 2010.