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Fall 2009
September 15, 2009 8pm, Roberts Creek Hall

Fierce Light, a film by Velcro Ripper

Fierce Light

Canada , 90 min, documentary
Director: Velcrow Ripper

SPECIAL EVENT with Director Velcrow Ripper! At Roberts Creek Hall.

Velcro Ripper, the director of "Fierce LIght" Acclaimed filmmaker Velcrow Ripper (Scared Sacred) takes an insightful look at change motivated by love, featuring interviews with spiritual activists Thich Nhat Hanh, Desmond Tutu, Daryl Hannah, Julia Butterfly Hill, and more. Fueled by the belief that "another world is possible," the film portrays stories of what Martin Luther King called "Love in Action," and Gandhi called "Soul Force"; what Ripper is calling "Fierce Light." It is the way of the Sacred Warrior, uncompromisingly nonviolent, with a power that radiates from the heart and outwards. It is that same grass roots spirit that swept Barack Obama into the White House, using the power of community--undeniably hopeful, and full of possibility.


» Fierce Light website with trailers, interviews and resources.
» "Velcrow sticks up for hope", Toronto Sun review by Liz Braun.


Ignite Your Fierce Light
Workshop with Velcrow Ripper
September 16, 7-10 pm
Chaster House, Gibsons, BC
Suggested donation: $20

This fierce workshop and talk explores the power that is released when spirituality is combined with action, tapping into what Gandhi called "Soul Force" and Martin Luther King called "Love in Action." Featuring dynamic "engaged spirituality" practices and meditations, the workshop will offer key tools to unleashing your own "Fierce Light."

NOTE for those who took the workshop in June, Velcrow will be changing content a little so you may want to come again.

REGISTER FOR THE WORKSHOP: transparentfilm@warpmail.net

Fierce Light: a film by Velcro Ripper

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