I’m heading to LA next week to visit The Tree in the middle of Rose Bowl parking lot K and to celebrate one of its 200 Tree Babies that is growing so beautifully and tall at USC.
The Tree and its Tree Babies began teaching me about love, devotion, and activism quite a long time ago, and they continue to do so today.
They also continue to teach me about family, community, and collectivism. I’m deeply grateful to everyone who has offered hugs, water, and other forms of nourishment to the Tree and its Tree Babies.
We are gathering on April 27 in LA for a discussion about what we can do for our environment and for each other, both individually and collectively. We will screen my film Sick-Amour, celebrate the USC Tree Baby, and offer it both water and affection.
It would be wonderful if you could join us.
Click here for details and here for even more info.
The movie is available now on Amazon Prime and Instant Video in the US, UK, Germany, and Japan. Many thanks to Suzanne Harle and Green Planet Films for making that happen!
Sick-Amour and Pumping will be screening at the Transition Town Totnes Film Festival on Sunday November 16th at 6 pm in the Civic Hall (on High Street) in Totnes, England. Afterwards, I will be talking about Sick-Amour, Pumping, and The Sharing Project.
Sick-Amour will be screening in the UK Man and Biosphere Committee Urban Forum’s event, “Spirituality, Culture, Myth, Art, and Nature.” The event will be held at the Balaji Temple Conference Centre in Sandwell, England on October 25 and 26.
Sick-Amour will screen on October 25th at 3:30 pm in the Main Hall at the Temple.
Here’s the link for more info about the event.