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Unveiled & Lifted (2013)

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Unveiled and Lifted, a new documentary experience fuses music, art and insight to create an engaging assessment of the current problems facing humanity along with potential solutions for pro-active alleviation. Focusing on self empowerment, self rule, individualism and 'being the change', Unveiled and Lifted offers thoughts from an eclectic array of authors, filmmakers, artists and freethinkers on government, schooling, parenting and the non aggression principle, religion and spirituality, agorism, voluntaryism, and other relevant topics and concepts that need to be addressed and expressed during these changing times.

Created, narrated and written by Cari-Lee Miller
www.recipeforanarchy.com

Featuring special guests:
Kathy Fontecchio http://youproductioninc.webs.com 
Jason Gregory http://jasongregory.org 
Derrick J Freeman http://victimlesscrimespree.com, http://peacenewsnow.com
rob in the page family http://consciousselfgovernance.ca
Elina St-Onge http://collective-evolution.com
Vinny Eastwood http://thevinnyeastwoodshow.com
Thomas Sheridan http://thomassheridanarts.com
Dayna Martin http://daynamartin.com
Nabil Shaban http://youtube.com/scabsnabs
Liam Scheff http://liamscheff.com
Max Igan http://thecrowhouse.com
Charles Shaw http://exilenation.org
Truther Girl Sonia http://thetruthergirls.com
Joe Martino http://collective-evolution.com
Thema Azize Serwa http://thewombsauna.com,
http://youtube.com/themaazize
Derrick Broze http://thehoustonfreethinkers.com
Karen Sawyer http://arcconvention.org
and Brendon Culliton http://youtube.com/skullbabylon
 

Edited by:

http://justinjezewski.wix.com/recklessaesthetics

justinjezewski@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/RecklessAesthetics?fref=ts

 

 
Featuring previously released music from:
Throwing Snow, Tim Hecker, Big War ft Kirin, Hot Since 82, Sekuoia, xtrngr, Lunova Labs and eplp, Ulf Lohmann, Christian Loeffler, Frenchfire and Sangam, Maundrie Fox, Iketa, Helios, xxyyxx, Need a Name and Thrupence

Warning: This documentary contains flashing images.

This is a nonprofit found-footage documentary. All images found via Vimeo and Youtube. All rights/ownership of the images and music contained therein belong to respective creators/owners.
justinjezewski.wix.com
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