Movie Night Friday, 7:00 May 27, 2016
Young Albert enlists to serve in World War I after his beloved horse is sold to the cavalry. Albert's hopeful journey takes him out of England and to the front lines as the war rages on.
Nominated for 6 Oscars
Running time 146 minutes
Review of the movie:
"Joey, the hero of War Horse, tells us volumes about the nature of war. There's nothing glamorous or glorious about the conflict we see. And yet in the midst of it, we see the horse embody laudable human traits — even sacrificing his own potential well-being for that of a comrade. Spielberg uses the horse as something akin to a symbol — the vehicle in which we can see the horror of war, but the little ways in which we can rise above that horror ... ... ...
"The lives of horses, neither then or now, are as valuable as the lives of men. And yet we're so used to seeing men die on film that I wonder if we've become desensitized to their ends. I wonder if that's why seeing animals in peri l — horses, dogs, cats — sometimes moves us more. We simply don't see it as often ... ... ...
"In the midst of the terror, we see moments of heroism, self-sacrifice and love. In the midst of cruelty, we see demonstrated humanity — some of which, ironically, come from a horse. And as we look through the eyes of Joey and Albert, we catch a glimpse at how we too can push through the hard seasons that come to us all ... ... ... "
Movie Night Friday, February 26, 2016 7:00 PM
"You've been dreaming. Now it's time to wake up."
The Last Avatar—Synopsis
A Film by Jay Weidner, produced by Sharron Rose, starring Alexander Polinsky, Adey and Neale Donald Walsch
The Last Avatar is a spiritual adventure film -the story is of a young man who leaves Hollywood to find himself. What he finds is beyond his wildest imagination. Filmed in magical Mt. Shasta and Northern California, his adventure into the heart of the North West wilderness becomes a quest to realize his highest potential. Based on ancient prophecy, contemporary truth seeking and the future of spirituality, The Last Avatar is a film that takes transformational and spiritual themes and makes them exciting for audiences of all ages.
Filled with love, magic, mystery, prophecy, conspiracy, psychics, underground cities, secret societies, light bodies and much more. The Last Avatar tells the story of the discovery and emergence of Kalki Avatar- the final Avatar of our current Age of Chaos. Kalki is also a metaphor for the innate power and potential that lies within humanity to awaken and create a world of truth, harmony and possibility.
In the words of Kalki Avatar, “We are becoming conscious of our power to re-make the world.”
Written and Directed by Jay Weidner (Director of the Seeking Truth Channel for Gaiamtv), produced by Sharron Rose, the film stars Alexander Polinsky (Saints and Soldiers, Charles in Charge), Adey, Bob Jackson Miner, Monique Trinity Rose, Doug Warner, Sharron Rose (2012 The Odyssey, Timewave 2013) and Neale Donald Walsh (Conversations With God), as the legendary Count St. Germain.