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Change: The LifeParticle Effect


Running time:  50 minutes

The Cast:

Ilchi Lee, Neale Donald Walsch, Stuart Hameroff, M.D., Mariale Hardiman, Ed.D., Melissa Koci, Michael Munson
Dave Beal, Younglim Lee Ph.D., Gerard J. Marek, M.D., Ph.D.

Enlightening new perspectives combined with scientific background of modern physics and neuroscience as well as mind/body self-help tips to utilize in daily life for real Change. more


Future Assassin

Running time: 26 minutes

Directed by: Yunus Shahul

Starring: Amanda McDowall, Brittney Santoro, Hansen Wetsel, Jeremy J Weber, Kate Tenetko, Ludovic Coutaud, Tyler Van Brussel

Future Assassin is a coming of age short comedy that takes place in 1965 in the American Mid West. It tells the story about a young high school student


Story behind the "The Village Boy" Movie
Directed by:
Damien Dematra, Indonesia
Starring: Radhit Syam

For Damien, the film itself is very personal and colorful. Tears mixed with emotions, egos, and interests from various partied have made this movie mentally costly for Damien. According to him, it was just in the second half of the shooting, the process can start running smoother. He did that because for Damien, this movie is his present for Buya and the Indonesian people. It was a promise to be fulfilled to movie lovers in Indonesia and international society—to make a humanist, educating, and at the same time entertaining film. Moreover, the movie which script was disassembled 10 times will be played regularly in Muhammadiyah and Catholic schools, which put distinctive moral burden to Damien.  more


Run time: 25 minutes

Directed by: Cheryl Halpern, USA

Natsanat' (freedom) documents the the heroic stories of young female freedom fighters in Ethiopia during the 20th century.   more

The Other Side of the Mountain

Directed by: In Hak Jang      Produced and written by: Joon Bai

'The Other Side of the Mountain' is the first feature film co-produced between a U.S. company and North Korea (Democratic People's Republic of Korea). The film took six years to complete under extremely difficult circumstances. The collaboration with the North Korean film industry has been a delicate yet fruitful relationship. With the consent of the Department of Culture of North Korean Government, the American producer was granted access to produce this feature film with North Koreans. The film was shot entirely on location in North Korea. The cast and crew involved in the production of this film are North Korean, who received rations from the government for working on the film like any other job. The soundtrack features an orchestra and original songs composed by North Korean musicians. This was also the first instance of sync sound for a film made in North Korea. The sound equipment was brought over to Pyongyang and used for the first time in their film history. Never having produced a film of this scope, the nation is proud to present the film to the rest of the world.