Calling All Who Care for the Planet
17 Oct 2007
The film Whale Dreamers, a Julian Lennon production, is the winner of eight international awards at film festivals around the world.
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The film Whale Dreamers, a Julian Lennon production, is the winner of eight inter-national awards at film festivals around the world. It was shown at a special preview screening at Millers Academy, Notting Hill, London, prior to its UK release in November.
Whale Dreamers is a personal odyssey for director, Kim Kindersley, who ex-plained that the film was over 10 years in the making. With breathtaking cinematography, the story follows The Mirning, an aboriginal tribe on a powerful journey, assisted by the wisdom of elders from around the world, to help them reconnect with their heritage, Sacred Earth and their spirit animals ñ the whales.
Whale Dreamers is a truly thought-provoking film with a deep message of peace and transformation ñ a rallying call for humanity to widen its circle of compassion and learn to embrace all living beings and the Earth itself.
In one of the film’s many powerful moments, Julian Lennon is presented by Tribal Elders with a white feather. It is revealed that his father, John Lennon, said to him shortly before he died: ‘If anything ever happens to me look for a white feather and you’ll know I’m there, looking out for you.’
It is still possible to invest in Whale Dreamers and share in the anticipated success of this important movie.
Contact: David Blake,
Whale Dreamers Co-Producer,
Tel: +44 (0)7990 696884
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