PRLog - May 20, 2011 - SANTA MONICA, Calif. -- This unusual film about our uncertain times examines the potential dangers of foreseeing the end-of-the-world by charismatic personaiities and was recently reviewed in indieWIRE, the online independent film daily by Sydney Levine, a well-known quantity in the international film scene - and she comments: "Both funny and emotional, it deals with the paranormal and conscious awakening, challenging us about who we are, how we act, and the meaning of existence."
Doris In Glowing Robe
Writer/director Goss contends, "Everything you've heard about the so-called apocalypse" is WRONG, ...and after listening to all this catastrophobic fear mongering about end-times online and in other media, it's time for us to take a realistic view of this truly transformational epic we're living through - not only globally, geopolitically, ethically, and spiritually, but to reflect on what it means to us personally."
Temporally caught in the stream between Roland Emmerich's "2012" and Von Trier's "Melancholia"
International distributor and rights manager Blairwood Entertainment represents worldwide rights and has premiered APOCALYPSE ACCORDING TO DORIS at the 2011 Cannes Marche du Film and is accepting offers from international distributors. All domestic rights are available, and Goss is in conversations currently regarding North American distribution with all the usual suspects.
APOCALYPSE ACCORDING TO DORIS is screening Saturday, June 25, 2011 at 3:10 PM in theater B of the Sunset Community Center, 9th Avenue and Carlos Street in Carmel, CA.
Contact Victor Goss (310) 393-8595 directly for press attendance and information.
APOCALYPSE ACCORDING TO DORIS website is http://doristhemovie.com
The Electronic Press Kit download link will be found at http://doristhemovie.com/
For more information on the Akasha Festival go to http://www.metaphysicalfilm.com/
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