Dir: Frauke Sandig & Eric Black
Germany / USA | 2021 | 102 min | Documentary | English | Heb Sub
AWARE follows six brilliant researchers around the world who set out to discover the true meaning of consciousness, the world’s greatest unsolved mystery. Through radically different approaches, the cast of researchers takes the audience into a fascinating world of high-tech brain research, eastern meditation, psychedelics, consciousness of plants experiments, and eventually beyond the explicable
Directed by Nays Baghai
Australia | 2020 | 63 min | English | Dutch | Heb Sub
Kiki discovered the healing effect of cold water immersion after experiencing the debilitating trauma of being raped. She has pushed her physical and psychological limits to overcome her scars and break boundaries that most people can barely imagine.
Directed by Delia Ackerman
Peru 2021 | 90min | English | Spanish | Heb Sub
Peru is a true superpower of biodiversity. The ancient inhabitants of Peru were able to domesticate and cultivate an astonishing number of nutritious crops thanks to the fact that the country harbors the greatest spectrum of the world's climates and a wide range of ecosystems.
Directed by Louie Psihoyos
USA | 2020 | 90min | English | Tibetan | Heb Sub
A profound and jubilant exploration of the remarkable friendship between Archbishop Desmond Tutu and His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Inspired by the international bestseller The Book of Joy
Directed by Sky Dylan-Robbins, Ellie Dylan
USA | 2021 | 82 min | English | Heb Sub
With ON OUR OWN ISLAND, award-winning filmmakers Ellie Dylan and Sky Dylan-Robbins capture a universal part of life that’s rarely talked about or seen. Chronicling the seasons of a relationship from its romantic beginnings through its unexpected end, this timely and uplifting documentary looks death in the face to discover how to find strength, meaning, and peace in the present.
Directed by James Redford
USA | 2021 | 61 min | English | Heb Sub
Playing for Keeps examines the importance of play and downtime for all of us – children, adults, seniors, and animals. It is a tapestry of interwoven characters that takes a look at the science behind and health benefits of the play state as well as its recent decline in our lives. It shows us that staying playful is a powerful aspect of a happy life.
Directed by Ivo Raza
USA | 2020 | 91 min | English | Hebrew sub
After finding out that his wife has blown their life savings on self-help gurus, Seymour teams up with his brother Danny, a filmmaker, to document how easy it is to start a fake self-help group and con people into believing just about anything. But once started, the Reboot Camp takes on a life of its own, and grows into a full-blown cult.
Directed by Luiz Bolognesi
Brazil 2021 | 74 min | Yanomami | Heb Sub
Shaman and activist Davi Kopenawa Yanomami has spent a quarter century leading a powerful international campaign to protect Yanomami land rights. But since Jair Bolsonaro took office in 2019, he has reversed this progress, allowing the Amazon to become open for the taking once again. Director Luiz Bolognesi and Kopenawa Yanomani address these issues together as co-writers of this breathtaking documentary.
Directed by Camilla Becket, James Becket
Australia 2021 | 81 min | English | Heb Sub
How did the willful daughter of a Himalayan forest conservator become Monsanto’s worst nightmare? The Seeds of Vandana Shiva tells the remarkable life story of Gandhian eco-activist Dr. Vandana Shiva, how she stood up to the corporate Goliaths of industrial agriculture, rose to prominence in the sustainable food movement, and inspired an international crusade for change.
Directed by Maurizio Benazzo, Zaya Benazzo
Canada, United States 2021 | 88 min | English | Heb Sub
Trauma is the invisible force that shapes our lives. Dr. Maté gives us a new vision: a trauma-informed society in which parents, teachers, physicians, policy-makers and legal personnel are not concerned with fixing behaviors, making diagnoses, suppressing symptoms and judging, but seek instead to understand the sources from which troubling behaviors and diseases spring in the wounded human soul.
Directed by Kent Bassett & Marion Cunningham
USA | 2020 | 83 min | English | Heb Sub
This Might Hurt is an intimate vérité film that follows three chronic pain patients who have spent years trying to cure their illness through modern medicine. Desperate for relief, they enter a mind-body medicine program that focuses on uncovering buried trauma at the root of their suffering, and retraining their brains to turn off pain.
Directed by Arthur Kanegis
USA 2017 | 83 min | English | Heb Sub
The World Is My Country is the dramatic story of World Citizen No. 1 Garry Davis — whose gutsy actions sparked a movement that helped pave the way for the unanimous passage of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on Dec. 10, 1948. Watch this lost piece of history and see why Martin Sheen calls it "a road map to a better future!"
Conscious Short Films
Directed by Orion Eshel & Luther Clayton
USA 2020 | 15 min| English | Heb Sub
Two young boys with a brotherly bond are discovering the beauty hidden in their world; in nature, music and language. But soon must battle to retain it when it is threatened by one uncontrollable act of violence.
Directed by Meg Donnelly, Marisa Martin
Australia 2020 | 16 min | English | Heb Sub
A girl is torn between her love for the Sacred and a boy who is best friends with an enigmatic tree. When she experiences an unexpected trauma she must call on the healing power of nature and intimacy to find her true path and self.