"Compassion refers to the arising in the heart of the desire to relieve the suffering of all beings."
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Alive Mind Cinema specializes in distributing films related to Personal Transformation, Progressive Spirituality and Cultural Change. Alive Mind Cinema distribution label specializes in topics related to Personal Transformation, Progressive Spirituality and Cultural Change.
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Alive Mind Cinema distribution label specializes in topics related to Personal Transformation, Progressive Spirituality and Cultural Change. Planning to bring to market over 20 titles per year, Alive Mind Cinema will pursue multi-platform releases via digital and packaged home media along with 6 to 8 flagship national theatrical releases, of which "El Bulli: Cooking in Progress" is the first. These theatrical releases will join a distinguished Alive Mind library of 50 films previously released on DVD and digital platforms. These intellectually provocative works deliver the "aha" response of transformative experience, shaped at the hands of top-tier filmmakers such as Jessica Yu (Protagonist), Jennifer Fox (Flying Confession of a Free Woman) and Albert Maysles (Christo's The Gates). Other Alive Mind titles, such works as Jonathan Miller's BBC produced The Atheism Tapes (2005) or the Leonard Cohen narrated Tibetan Book of the Dead (1994), address cutting edge spiritual themes. The lastest Alive Mind release was the critically acclaimed documentary Edge of Dreaming (2010), which premiered at the Rubin Museum in NYC and aired on POV. About Kino Lorber Lorber Films, Alive Mind Cinema and Kino International are theatrical releasing arms of Kino Lorber, Inc., specializing in award-winning international films, classics and documentary features. Current and upcoming releases include the 2011 Oscar(R)-nominated film Dogtooth by Yorgos Lanthimos; Le Quattro Volte, Michelangelo Frammartino's modern Italian masterwork (opening at Film Forum on March 30) that A.O. Scott of the New York Times calls "profound, expansive and unsettling;" Armadillo, the extraordinary and artful documentary about soldiers fighting the war in Afghanistan by Janus Metz; and City of Life and Death, the epic re-telling on the Nanking invasion by Japanese forces, which premiers at New York's Film Form on May 11. Kino Lorber, formed in late 2009 and merged the resources, staffs and libraries of Lorber Films, Alive Mind and Kino International, bringing together Richard Lorber and Donald Krim to create a new leader in independent film distribution. For acquisition inquiries, please send an e-mail to: [email protected] For wholesale inquiries, please contact [email protected] For press inquiries, please contact [email protected]
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