Oh, hello there. I wrote most of the script for this film (it’s under 3 minutes).
For anyone distressed about chronic bad news, it is a message of hope.
Here’s the description: Humanity is currently facing unprecedented challenges in every field — political, economic, social, environmental. This short film suggests that only through a total transformation of the systems which run the world, so that they benefit all mankind instead of just the privileged few, can we adequately meet those challenges.
It also introduces the concept that there are those who have evolved beyond the human kingdom and have perfected themselves. These “elder brothers” are here to show us the way forward and to help us implement the needed changes. The film answers the question “Is such a transformation even possible?” with a resounding “Yes! We are so ready for change.”
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Well The Guardian does it again – nails an important issue for the world to see. By raising awareness, I always feel like their reporting ultimately promotes healing rather than exploits a juicy topic. Here.
My latest feature film 1.7 Alpha debuts Saturday, May 30 at 6:00pm at the Hoboken International Film Festival! Pick up your tix here: http://bit.ly/1R7PalY & join us in Middletown, NY!
You’re a logical person. You’re wondering why a Hoboken festival is screening an hour and a half north of itself. Remember super storm Sandy a couple of years ago?
Here’s the main site with all the info: http://www.hobokeninternationalfilmfestival.com/
So grateful to Quanah Hicks, writer/director of an independent feature called 1.7 Alpha that’s coming soon. The film’s trailer is ready! Thank you for your continued support.