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Growing like wildfire under the canopy of live electronica and world roots music comes a masterful merge of modern technology, live instrumentation and seductive performance, built of brass bands and glitch, string quartets and dubstep: the musical trio Beats Antique.

Since the group’s inception from the eclectic underground of San Francisco’s performance art scene, Beats […]

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A Tale of Many Meetings

On 9 August 2011 By

In a triumph of optimism and ideology over observation and common sense, I’ve just hung out my laundry to dry in the cold, dank, near-freezing San Francisco fog.  There is a reason I love this place—and there’s another reason I generally do my big travels in the summer, which I’m preparing to do now, today—assuming […]

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This summer has been a whirlwind of teaching permaculture and working on making a movie from my novel, The Fifth Sacred Thing.  But a few days ago I took a break to attend a performance of Guys and Dolls put on by SF Arts Education, in which my fifteen-year old Goddess-child Kore […]

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A Tale of Two Movies!

On 27 July 2011 By

Our Kickstarter campaign for The Fifth Sacred Thing is going phenomenally well.  We are 80% toward our original funding goal—with 25 days left to go!  Thanks to everyone who has been showing us such fantastic support!

Now, we’re shifting gears.  Our campaign really has two goals—first, of course, to raise the money we […]

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This week’s Artist Feature spotlights Jessica Perlstein, a visionary artist and painter from the Bay Area who has created many of the beautiful color renderings of a transformed San Francisco circa 2048 for the film. Her vibrant, colorful work has been a fantastic addition to our project, and we are very pleased to give you […]

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We’re halfway through our Kickstarter campaign for The Fifth Sacred Thing, and the response has been tremendous, and we’re over 70% of the way to our funding goal! With over 10,000 likes and on our page now, we are encouraging our followers to make pledges as small as $1 in an attempt to […]

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Today we begin a series of features highlighting the artists who are contributing to realizing the look, sound and feel of The Fifth Sacred Thing for the film.  We’re excited to give you the opportunity to see behind the curtain and to experience a broader body of work from the talented people who are helping […]

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“All war is first waged in the imagination, first conducted to limit our dreams and visions, to make us accept within ourselves its terms, to believe that our only choices are those that lay before us.  If we let the terms of force describe the terrain of our battle, we will lose.  But if we […]

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Kickstarter – Day 3 Update

On 25 June 2011 By

We are so touched and thrilled by the outpouring of support during the first three days of our Kickstarter campaign!  Heartfelt thanks to all of you who have donated and who have sent the link around.  We know that $5 for some people is as much of a sacrifice as $500 for others, and your […]

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