wheelercbLonely is not always bad. On the contrary, if we learned to be lonely more often then we'd not only appreciate our time with others more but also the time we have with ourselves. Quiet is not always boring and absence is not always loss. The smaller and more profound voices in life find you in isolation. Don't worry, I'm learning too.3w
wheelercbFrom script to screen, it has been a long road full of trials and blessings. More than anything, creativity ruled over the many processes and the story drove our intention and ambition. Siber is an example of what can be done with a literal fraction of a big Hollywood budget.
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nicholasglennt will "god" be showing before each showing? I feel that really helps explain the movie...
tophikiti@nicholasglennt we're thinking of coupling the two films together at private screenings but we may not be able to have that luxury at the festivals
wheelercbThis man is dancing, performing for tourists in a theme park built on land his ancestors once called home. There's a cruel insignificance about Native Americans in our society. They are refugees of a forgotten genocide, living on reservations that were at one point internment camps for their people. Watching this man dance made me sad, and I marveled at his honesty as he admitted how culturally separated he is from his noble forefathers. These descended tribes have a connection to the land no one else can claim, and while we shouldn't dwell on the past we cannot forget: it was stolen from them. They are ancient here, and we are new. They deserve respect. I was honored to watch this man dance, but it made me consider these things and, in effect, broke my heart.3mon
whit_mf Beautifully, and heartbreakingly, put