Jean Cocteau Cinema
418 Montezuma Avenue, Santa Fe, Santa Fe NM 87501
Due to an exuberant audience response, the Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe has extended the run of She Sings to the Stars for a fourth & final week!
LAST CHANCE, DON'T MISS IT!
Wednesday October 26 at 2:30PM and 7:00PM
Thursday October 27 at 2:30PM and 7:00PM
A few Santa Fe audience responses:
"A profound piece...shakes up my DNA!"
"It's like a bath of gentleness..."
"It infused my dreams, I loved it, going to see it again!"
"What a healing movie..."
A story that values soulfulness, foregrounds simplicity, quiet and stillness:
The endless desert. A Native American grandmother lives alone tending her corn. Her half-Mexican grandson and a white, aging magician are stranded. No water. A river of stars. Everything changes: anything is possible.
"A break-through film that blazes a new trail into the forests of consciousness" - John Perkins, Founder of Dream Change and the Pachamama Alliance
She Sings to the Stars raises enduring questions, yet touches on the zeitgeist when it comes to the current ecological crises of the planet and the human spirit, asking: What exactly is 'reality'? What is 'magic'? And who are the real magicians? Tom Verner of Magicians Without Borders, says, "The film is as still and deep as the night sky. How the dry soul of our world needs the water of films like this."
Described as "a film to be experienced", She Sings to the Stars takes time so you have to make the decision to be a part of it. Says actor, Sam Waterston, "It's not an ordinary look at the world, you will find the images and the vision coming back to mind long after you've finished watching. Watch on the biggest screen you can get at: in this movie, the size of the night sky matters."
Director: Jennifer Corcoran
United States 2015, 104 mins
Cast: Fannie Loretto, Larry Cedar, Jesus Mayorga
Producer: Jonnie Corcoran
Screenwriter: Jennifer Corcoran
Cinematographer: John DeFazio
Editor: David Aubrey
Composer: Michael Stearns