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The Bloom Episode 1: Fundamental Frequencies

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The Bloom Part I looks at the “Fundamental Frequencies” of the Transformational Festival experience—how they immerse participants in a world of INSPIRATION, restoring a deeply felt sense of CONNECTION, and supporting processes of HEALING for those involved. 

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THE BLOOM SERIES: A JOURNEY THROUGH TRANSFORMATIONAL FESTIVALS

In a world increasingly steeped in crisis, where can we find signs of hope for our collective future? The Bloom, a new 4-part documentary film series, chronicles the global movement emerging through Transformational Festivals, where participants co-create remarkable realities that embrace a life-affirming, evolutionary ethos as a collective response to our contemporary predicaments. 

Travelling with director/host Jeet-Kei Leung, The Bloom captures the most inspirational festivals on the planet and insights from participants at all levels of the experience. In vivid colour, The Bloom reveals a blossoming renaissance, which is changing people’s lives to align with their passion and sense of purpose, while affirming our ultimate connectedness and capacity to create the world we wish to live in. 

The results may be surprising, offering us a glimpse of what can happen when our collective creative potential becomes truly unleashed.

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Films For Action is a community-powered, digital library for people who want to change the world.

 

Our mission is to provide citizens with the knowledge and perspectives essential to creating a more beautiful, just, sustainable, and democratic society.

Films For Action was founded in 2006 by a few friends in Lawrence, Kansas, after realizing how essential a healthy media is to a healthy democracy.

Although we started out hosting community film screenings in the beginning and did so for many years, our digital library eventually became our primary focus. 

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