Occupy Love Screening + Q&A W/ Ian Mackenzie

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Almost four years after #Occupy erupted onto the global stage, the movement is still provoking dialogue and catalyzing change. The vision for a creative, decentralized, regenerative culture is within reach - how might we accelerate the change?

Join Occupy Love producer Ian MacKenzie for a film screening (80 mins) and inspiring Q&A on the next phase of evolution. PLEASE SHARE WIDELY!

TRAILER http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cTBlGcZCeA

SYNOPSIS - Occupy Love explores the growing realization that the dominant system of power is failing to provide us with health, happiness or meaning. The old paradigm that concentrates wealth, founded on the greed of the few, is causing economic and ecological collapse. The resulting crisis has become the catalyst for a profound awakening: millions of people are deciding that enough is enough – the time has come to create a new world, a world that works for all life.

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE LOVE SUMMITT

Presented in partnership with the Love Summit 2015, an annual event that brings together the business community and public to explore the missing link in business and sustainability education: love.

Learn more about the Love Summitt
http://dreamchange.org/the-love-summit-2015/

ABOUT IAN MACKENZIE

Ian MacKenzie is an award-winning filmmaker & media activist based in the Pacific Northwest of Turtle Island (aka Vancouver). His work has appeared in The New York Times, National Geographic TV, CBC Documentary, The Globe and Mail, Adbusters, and film festivals around the world.

His focus covers a range of diverse topics & subjects, though all fall under his mission of uncovering and amplifying stories of the emerging paradigm.

He co-produced Velcrow Ripper’s feature film Occupy Love (2013), and more recently released the short film Reactor (2013). Sacred Economics (2012) is one of his most popular web films, in collaboration with author Charles Eisenstein. Ian’s previous short The Revolution Is Love (2011) was named one of the top 10 Occupy films to watch 2011.
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