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In the world of The Fifth Sacred Thing, the residents of San Francisco agree to resist the Steward Army with non-violent tactics.  Even among those who do agree to engage in active resistance there is a consensus that the machinery of warfare and domination may be sabotaged or destroyed, but not at the expense of […]

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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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They say movies are collective dreams.  If so, we’re in trouble—because our dreams of the future are nightmares:  I Am Legend, Children of Men.  When we see a vision of harmony and balance, as in Avatar, it’s on Pandora, not on Earth.

When I wrote The Fifth Sacred Thing in the early ‘90s, I wanted […]

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In the 18 years since it was published, hundreds of thousands of people have been inspired by The Fifth Sacred Thing. Now, when our future seems so precarious, we want to bring it to the screen. Today, we joyfully announce the launch of our Kickstarter fundraising campaign. Watch our video, donate what you can, […]

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The Earth is a living, conscious being. In company with cultures of many different times and places, we name these things as sacred: air, fire, water, and earth.

Whether we see them as the breath, energy, blood, and the body of the Mother, or as blessed gifts of a creator, or as symbols of the […]

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