Satsang Film Festival
We are excited to present the Satsang Film Festival for San Miguel. This is one of our favorite places on earth. Its unique spiritual ambiance and community of very special people from diverse backgrounds makes this a perfect venue for the content of these films.
Film festival: Satsang Film Festival. Sat, Jan 14-Sat, Jan 21 (excluding Sun, Jan 15), 5pm-7pm. Teatro Santa Ana, La Biblioteca, Reloj 50A. Donations 70 pesos/420 pesos 7 films. www.SatsangFilmFestival.com, info@SatsangFilmFestival.com
The films being showcased have won a number of awards from audiences across the world. Each of these films has been chosen because of its positive and inspiring content. This speaks to the relevance of how much these themes are on the forefront of our minds. An hour has been set aside for discussion following each film.
Hopefully, seeing these films together will prompt us into a heartfelt exchange of ideas. It is challenging, to say the least, to bring about the change we wish to see in the world. Discussing the films may help us all integrate these ideas into our own lives. Please voice your opinions with gusto when we meet after each film. The festival is eight nights, seven films.
Saturday’s opening night film, Happy, traverses the world finding the roots of happiness in the most surprising places.
Monday’s film, One, asks the most important universal questions to some of the great thinkers of our time.
Tuesday’s Living Matrix is about the role of mind, intention and belief in our health, premiered to sell-out audiences in London and Los Angeles.
Wednesday is our fun night of shorts, which have won more awards than most blockbuster films. Many profound ideas all in one evening.
Thursday is where science meets spirituality with the Quantum Activist and presented in a way that we can all easily understand.
Friday’s Y Yoga Movie will open the door into why Yoga has become so popular! Why and what is it all about?
Saturday’s closing night film is The Invocation takes us around the world looking for God through Religion, Science, History, Politics, and Art, presented in English with Spanish subtitles.
We invite your participation in making this little film festival a big success. We hope you extend your generous support to our sponsors and us. Ticket holders will have a choice of four restaurants, three bakeries, one spa, and a cheese shop to enjoy up to a 20 percent discount for a full month after opening night. That includes Valentine’s day! Please be sure to take full advantage of these offers.
Gods and Goddesses of India, Tales from Hindu Mythology
By Cindy Norman
These two talks will focus on the stories of a number of the amazing deities and colorful figures from the two largest epic poems of India, The Mahabharata and The Ramayana.
Lecture: “Gods and Goddesses of India” w/Cindy Norman. Mon & Thu, Jan 9 & 12, 4pm. Sala Quetzal, La Biblioteca, Reloj 50A. Donations 60 Pesos
The stories will also draw from the folklore and rich heritage of ancient India.