Griefwalker With The Art Of Maggie Griffin

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Griefwalker With The Art Of Maggie Griffin

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Dear Friends of Casket Cinema, For the next Casket we live up to our name with the Canadian documentary ,“Griefwalker”. This film is a portrait of philosopher, boatsman, woodsman and death counsellor Stephen Jenkinson. A Harvard educated theologian, he is one of Canada’s leading palliative care educators. Throughout the film he counsels those on the brink of passing into the casket and believes one of the answers is to embrace death and not accept it. In his words, in order to love life we need to love death. This film will likely challenge the viewer but hopefully it will also reveal another perspective on mortality. Joining us on the Casket Cinema walls will be the art of Maggie Griffin. Upon the sudden, yet graceful death of her father in January 2014, she began using abstract painting intuitively as a form of art therapy. Maggie was born in Cold Spring, Minnesota in 1975, and now lives in Minneapolis, where she practices massage therapy. The other special guests will be spoken word artist Jennifer Kohnhorst and therapist Adam Chase. There will be boxes of tissues will be on hand as we let go of our emotions during what will be an intense evening of film, conversation, grief and art. The cinema will open early for an art reception at 6:30pm. Film will start at 8pm. More info on the film is available at: http://tinyurl.com/3otbhcz Special guests are Artist Maggie Griffin, spoken word artist Jennifer Kohnhorst and therapist Adam Chase. They will be joined post-film with Casket Cinema co-founder/host Mark Wojahn. Donation of $5-10 will go to a pay the filmmaker. We hope you can all make Griefwalker” Thursday, March 5th, art reception at 6:30pm. Film at 8pm. Where: Casket Cinema is located in the art studio of Mark Wojahn. The cinema is in the old Northwestern Casket Building, 681 17th Ave NE #145, Minneapolis, MN 55413 (612)781-5223. If the event is on a first Thursday the building will be open, if not enter the Casket, via the north side loading door. Please bring friends and BYOB. Admission is usually a small donation unless noted. We are a micro/studio-cinema dedicated to showing the best in independent films and documentaries. After each screening we delve into the subject with a Q&A with special guests and/or filmmakers. Please rsvp and get more info to get to this screening at the Casket Cinema Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/groups/Casketcinema Find us on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/groups/Casketcinema Films web sites: http://tinyurl.com/3otbhcz Media Coverage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2IhwsTtXzA “The quiet, exquisitely framed and scored Griefwalker affects viewers, (Director)Wilson admits, "like a slow detonation." -Personamedia.com Special Guests Websites: Maggie Griffin TBA Spoken word artist Jennifer Kohnhorst: http://jenniferonmars.wordpress.com/ Therapist Adam Chase: http://tinyurl.com/kj7rhry As always please BYOB! see yah, Mark & Wilbur dudes at Casket Cinema http://www.casketcinema.com The upcoming Casket Cinema schedule looks like this: 3/5-Griefwalker 4/2- Starfish Throwers w/local director Jesse Roesler 5/16-the Human Scale
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