Movie Night

All films Free and open to all. Held at: Wild Hare Studio, 2371 S. Gravenstein Hwy, Sebastopol.
Studio phone: (415) 515-7995

birthprocess2Birth of a Process by Michele Cassou

Weds March 16th @ 7pm

Process Painting founder Michele Cassou discusses how process painting came into being through her own journey. Delightful film that will encourage any artist-at-heart and those who feel the pull towards creativity to honor that which is inside them. Witness one person’s creative flowering through giving herself permission. All are welcome! (48 minutes, space for discussion after)

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An intimate interview with Marion Woodman

Weds April 20th @ 7pm

An insightful, provocative, and intimate documentary into the life of Jungian Analyst Marion Woodman, who is known for her ground breaking work as a teacher and author on feminine psychology and addiction, but her words and wisdom speak to nearly everyone. With insight from our guide, the brilliant mystic
and author Andrew Harvey, Marion explores the mysteries of her soul’s journey and reveals a series of psychological ‘deaths’ and ‘rebirths’ that have made her who she is today. From her battle with anorexia, to her revelatory experiences in India, to her ever-evolving marriage, to her dance with cancer, Marion has ‘died into life’ and thus is a perfect teacher and mid-wife for this critical period in our history.  The film presents a philosophy of dynamic opposites, the bridging of seeming contradictions. Marion WoodmanLife and death, love and grief, courage and submission are not at odds—they’re part of a harmonious whole. By embracing these opposites we come into the totality of human experience. Through the use of stunning animation from Academy Award winning artist Faith Hubley, filmmaker Adam Greydon Reid seamlessly weaves Marion’s inner and outer lives together and transmits a core truth of what it is to be human. (1 hr 26 mins, space for discussion afterwards)


Wednesday May 18 @ 7pm

This documentary introduces us to Stephen Jenkinson, once the leader of a palliative care counselling team at Toronto’s Mount Sinai Hospital. Through his daytime job, he has been at the deathbed of well over 1,000 people. What he sees over and over, he says, is “a wretched anxiety and an existential terror” even when there is no pain. Indicting the practice of palliative care itself, he has made it his life’s mission to change the way we die – to turn the act of dying from denial and resistance into an essential part of life. (70 minutes, space for discussion afterwards)

Free. Donations graciously accepted to help keep this and many other creative & spiritually provoking community events going at Wild Hare Studio.

Wild Hare Studio, 2371 S. Gravenstein Hwy, Sebastopol.
Studio phone: (415) 515-7995

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