Introducing ImageSeers: Labor Of Love Documentaries
Posted by Anne Veh on Nov 2, 2018
We are breaking our long silence with some exciting updates — UK Film Screenings, a new short film "Betty Peck's Magic Mirror" and a new website for our labor of love production studio ImageSeers.
TRANSITION TOWN TOTNES (DEVON, UK) FILM FESTIVAL SCREENING
Totnes is the world's first Transition Town — community-led initiatives that strengthen the local economy, reduce environmental impact, and build resilience for a future with less and cheap energy and a changing climate. They have a unique selection criteria for the films they screen and we are honored to be included along with such important social documentary films. The screening is on Nov 18 — we will attend in person and anchor a circle of sharing afterwards. Please tell your friends!
SERVICE SPACE & MUSEUM OF HAPPINESS SCREENINGS IN LONDON
We have two special screenings in London that we will be attending in person:
Nov 15 @ ServiceSpace, Pimlico, Central London // RSVP
Nov 16 @ The Museum of Happiness, 42 Acres (Shoreditch) // RSVP
FILM IS STREAMING ONLINE
The film has continued its journey in finding its way into special audiences. You can now watch the entire film either at KarmaTube or on the film website. As a reminder, if you wish to host a screening for your community, we are happy to support a screening big or small! You can send us a screening request here.
NEW WEBSITE FOR IMAGESEERS
Our labor of love production studio ImageSeers now has a new home on the web. We are working on some new projects and we will keep you posted.
BETTY PECK's MAGIC MIRROR
Our latest short film is about Anne's beloved kindergarten teacher — Betty Peck. You can watch this 8 min film on KarmaTube, learn about the backstory of the film in "A Kindergarten Student Keeps Her Promise" and learn about the film here.
Imagine a magic mirror that you look into to discover how truly wonderful you are. That is the kind of mirror that Betty Peck, a kindergarten teacher with more than 50 years experience, had in all of her classrooms. Whenever one of her students felt worried or unsure, Betty would gently guide the student to look into the magic mirror and say, "How could you forget how wonderful you are?!" In this short film created by a former student of Betty's, this wise woman, now well into her 90's, encourages us to have just such a magic mirror in every kindergarten, every household and every garden. In that way we can all say, "Thank you for all the magic moments that make it possible for me to stand here and to feel how truly wonderful I AM."
We wish you a wonderful Fall!
With heartfelt gratitude for your support,
Rajesh Krishnan and Anne Veh
SUKA (Arctic Fox), TAHOE, TUCSON (Grey Foxes), CHEROKEE (Golden Eagle) WILD-TEACHERS