Visionary filmaker Katie Teague has created Money & Life a documentary and they are looking for funding on Kickstarter.
It’s a story about money at the frontier of transformative change. This is an extraordinary piece of work in process and something that I support and want to bring it to your attention:
Here’s an excerpt:
The converging crises we are grappling with today reflect the crumbling of old stories and institutions that are no longer adequate for the times we are living in. We are awakening to a new story about who we are as human beings and what it means to be alive in this time. This emergent reality is giving birth to a new story about money, one that restores its meaning and imagines it anew in service to the flourishing potential of all life on the planet.
The film carefully takes the viewer on a journey of why the current system and culture of money is failing us. Connecting these dots is still crucial to empowering and building the capacity to make new choices. From this capacity we can and already are beginning to innovate and experiment with new ways of being and doing.
The last 20-30 minutes of the film paints a broad but compelling brushstroke on patterns emerging in the New Economy movement.
“Money & Life is an important film from a visionary filmmaker, Katie Teague. Like many good films, it challenges its viewers to see the world in new ways. But that is the least of it. The film requires something of us – a particular kind of witnessing. It demands a kind of participation that engages not only the mind, but the heart. In the end, it calls us to into a different conversational dynamic with the prevailing economic systems and the economic alternatives that are emerging. This movie is ultimately a clarion call to individual and collective change so that all of us can thrive”. ~
Matthew Wesley, The Wesley Group
Selected by Jan Gordon covering “Exploring Change Through Ongoing Conversations”
Content Curator Tom George
Head of Inbound Advertising North America at Internet Billboards. Pioneering inbound advertising as well as an avid content curator who enjoys finding those digital gems out there in cyberspace and sharing them with others.