Signs out of Time
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September 18, 3:00PM Fowler Museum, UCLA download flyer
October 10, 6:30-9:30 PM Seattle, Washington
Women of Wisdom, as part of their Fall Festival, presents
a special screening of Signs Out of Time. Featuring live
music, introductory talk by filmmakers Donna Read and
Starhawk, panel discussion of the film, and artwork of
Marija Gimbutas by Rose Wognum Frances.
Location: Sand Point Magnuson Park, Recreation Center Theater
$15 WOW members, $18 general public For info and tickets
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Women of Wisdom
PO Box 30043
Seattle WA 98113
Octover 24, 2:00-6:00 PM Naropa University Boulder, Colorado
"Peace is Our Birthright," with Starhawk and Donna Read.
"Civilization has always had war and violence," most
historians tell us. But history is only the written record,
and war a relatively recent invention. What came before,
in the many thousands of years of earliest human culture?
Join author and activist Starhawk and filmmaker Donna
Read for a special screening of their new film Signs Out
of Time, about the life and impact of archaeologist Marija
Gimbutas. Dr. Gimbutas found evidence that the earliest
cultures of Old Europe were egalitarian, Goddess-centered,
and peaceful, leaving art instead of weapons. Signs will be
followed by a discussion with the filmmakers. Then, bring
it into your bones as Starhawk leads a ritual to invoke our
birthright of interconnection and cooperation, our visions of
a peaceful future, and our commitment to bring it into being.
Naropa University Extended Studies
November 18th Montreal
November 22nd Toronto, Ontario at the Isobel
March 8th 2005 - Montclair N. J., Montclair Art Museum
for International Women's Day.
More praise for
Signs Out of Time:
got the film today and watched it immediately. It's fabulous,
just perfectly done, I'm so proud of you both. It looks good,
sounds good, it's professional and "measured," it's
well executed, it makes sense out of what has been confusing
to so many people. It's glorious. Well done!
again on a MARVELOUS ENRICHING movie about M.G.!!! I was so glad
to have seen it in the company of all those women. The whole
event was specatcular and absolute food for the soul.
wonderful! Your film is so compelling, such a creative version
of Marija's ideas, so visually rich and exciting, so accessible.
I was thrilled to see footage of Marija and hear in her own words
what she found.
Brian Tokar, Vermont
I liked the connection you make
with the digs, the artifacts, and
the language of the goddess. I
know your video will popularize
Marija's startling revolution about
our earliest cultures.
-- Jane Lorry, California