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A few weeks back in September, we shared with you our musical contributor Rena Jones’ Kickstarter effort to raise funding support for her new album. We’re sorry to report that she did not meet her funding goal, which unfortunately, on Kickstarter, means she gets none […]

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We are so proud to have the incredibly talented musician Rena Jones on board as a creative contributor for The Fifth Sacred Thing. A multinstrumentalist and skilled audio engineer, her performance is a sophisticated example of the modern movement in electronic dance and ambient music.

Rena is hard at work on a new album, […]

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Check out the latest issue of Mushroom Magazine online, featuring an interview with The Fifth Sacred Thing’s concept artist Jessica Perlstein! (Note: follow the link, wait for the magazine to load, and use the bottom navigation bar to advance to page 72 for the interview.)

 

 

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If you have been wanting to get involved with the production of The Fifth Sacred Thing film, here’s your chance!  We have added a production sign up to our website where you can share your talents with us and have the opportunity to join our team!

Just follow the link below and fill out the […]

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Artist Feature – Rena Jones

On 17 August 2011 By

This week’s artist feature highlights the work of composer and cellist Rena Jones.  Rena’s skillful blending of acoustic and electronic music is both soothing and uplifting, and we are extremely proud to welcome her to The Fifth Sacred Thing creative family.  Her song “Open Me Slowly” is featured as the opening music in our Continue Reading

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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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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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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