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Love School (2019) (trailer)

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In the Oak-dotted countryside of Southern Portugal lies the Tamera Healing Biotope, one of Earth’s most radical social experiments in human futurism. Tamera began in the “free love” utopian movements of the 1960s’ and 70’s, building upon the insight that the liberation of love is not just a romantic notion, but the seed of the deepest political revolution of our time. Now, 40 years later, in an era of #metoo, political unrest, and mounting ecological crisis – where extinction could be our collective future – Tamera’s research could provide a vital model for a post-capitalist society, rooted in trust and transparency. LOVE SCHOOL is a mythic ethnography that reveals the depths of Tamera’s research for the first time.

Filmed over four years and with unprecedented access, this feature documentary will plant the seeds of a regenerative planetary awakening.

Teaser Music: Deya Dove - Grandmother Tree and the Feathered Serpent Manu Delago - Bigger Than Home Additional tracks from Artlist

Directed by Ian MacKenzie, John Wolfstone, and Julia Maryanska

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