We're excited to annouce the films included in VOLUME - 5 - 2017 - of Spiritual Cinema Circle. In celebration of the spirit of community, this new volume of four inspiring films from Spiritual Cinema Circle offers you an opportunity to remember the JOY in wh3t it means to be a human being: the joy in connecting to others, joining together, and CELEBRATING your community.
April / May 2017 Movie trailers
===> TITLE: She Sings To The Stars - (Worldwide) - Feature film - (103min)
In English. Written and directed by Jennifer Corcoran
View preview youtube link above for details.
===> TITLE: My Baby You’ll Be - Short Film - (5 min)
In English. Directed by Charles Frank
===> TITLE: Through the Breaking Glass - Short Film - (15 min)
In Spanish with English subtitles. Written and directed by Ivan Mena-Tinoco
===> TITLE: The Red Thunder - Short Film - (7min)
In English. Directed by Alvaro Ron
Out of the hundreds of spiritual movies, family films and stories of inspiration we review throughout the year, our acquisitions team handpicks the most enriching, uplifting and inspiring movies to pass along to you. Each one is a movie with a story that matters. Stories that remind us about what it means to be human. That explore new possibilities. That help us understand more of the world around us.
Our selections include a wide range of topics - from the power of the mind in Finding Joe to living compassionately in Happy to the empowering message of creating your own destiny in The Secret or Illusion.
Inspiring movies everyone can enjoy
Spiritual Cinema Circle offers the opportunity for movie makers to take a chance on subjects and story lines that have the power to become something much more than a movie. As a member, you help give these conscious filmmakers a voice. All movies are difficult, if not impossible to see anywhere else. Even films that receive audience acclaim at small film festivals rarely ever get seen again. Together we're helping change that.
Did you know that less than 1% of all the independent films (those made without any studio financing) actually make it into theaters? This means that there are lots of wonderful, creative films that are rarely seen…..until now.
The Spiritual Cinema Circle, America’s fastest growing DVD club, searches film festivals around the world for inspiring features, documentaries and short films.
Right now, I want to let you know about an opportunity to see a very special collection of independent films that you can share with the entire family, especially your children (or grandchildren!). You can receive these films for FREE with a nominal shipping charge.
All of these films are sure to open some very deep and stimulating conversations with children of every age. New subscribers to the Spiritual Cinema Circle will receive a free DVD containing these four films (for a nominal shipping fee). To learn more please click here:
About Spiritual Cinema Circle
The Spiritual Cinema Circle originally grew out of collaboration between film producer Stephen Simon and psychologists Kathlyn and Gay Hendricks. Stephen had produced many beloved movies with spiritual themes, such as "Somewhere In Time" and "What Dreams May Come," and had given hundreds of talks and seminars on the emerging genre of Spiritual Cinema. During that time The Hendricks had created a non-profit foundation dedicated to creating a new consciousness in mass media.
More Than Movies
Unlike rental services, the DVDs you receive through Spiritual Cinema Circle are yours to keep. You never have to return anything, and you may cancel at any time.
Plus, when you join our Circle you join a community of people who want to make a difference in the world and their lives through the choices they make. Discuss the films on our members-only site to deepen your experience and get exclusive insight from the filmmakers behind them. And help give future independent filmmakers a voice for the meaningful messages that rarely get an audience.
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