Evolver the Podcast: 2012 Time For a Change

2012 Time For a ChangeIn the first episode of Evolver the Podcast we have conversations with both Daniel Pinchbeck and Joao Amorim on their upcoming collaborative effort 2012 Time For a Change.

Daniel Pinchbeck has written two books (Breaking Open the Head, 2012 Return of Quetzalcoatl) and helped start both Reality Sandwich (the leading online magazine in consciousness culture) and Evolver.net. Evolver has now started to focus on building an actual social movement to produce real change in the world.

Joao Amorim has done a number of short animation films, such as the award winning short Don’t Get Charged Up. He also worked as the animation director on Chicago 10. 2012 Time For a Change is his first venture as director of a full length feature film.

The theatrical premiere of 2012 Time for a Change is going to be in San Francisco April 9–11 at the Lumiere Landmark Theatre, the same weekend as Greenfest. If you’re in the area, please do attend.

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  • marty

    John Lavo? its Drunvalo, Drunvalo Melchizedek. That’s not that hard to say. I’m surprised Daniel didn’t figure out what you were saying. haha

  • marty

    John Lavo? its Drunvalo, Drunvalo Melchizedek. That's not that hard to say. I'm surprised Daniel didn't figure out what you were saying. haha