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Shaman of the Silver Screen with Stephen Simon

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Program Description

Stephen Simon is a movie producer responsible for some of our all-time favorites – Somewhere in Time with Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour, What Dreams May Come with Robin Williams and Cuba Gooding, Jr., and many more. He believes the best movies are those “that ask who we are and why we’re here, movies that make you feel at least a little bit better about being a human being.” Does this sound like any of the films playing at your local cinema this week? Maybe not. Chances are those blockbusters were born more of a need to guarantee hefty box office sales than a need to enlighten or inspire. But Simon has discovered a vast worldwide audience for what he calls “spiritual entertainment,” and he’s developed some innovative ways to support visionary filmmakers and put their movies into the living room of any viewer who wants them. If you love to be entertained and inspired at the same time, you’ll have a great time sharing in this hour of movie talk with Michael and Justine Toms, and Stephen Simon. (Hosted by Justine Willis Toms & Michael Toms)

Stephen Simon is the cofounder of Metafilmics, a production company whose focus is Spiritual Cinema. He is also the founder of the Institute for Spiritual Entertainment and the producer of the movies Somewhere In Time and What Dreams May Come. Simon is the author of The Force Is With You: Mystical Movie Messages That Inspire Our Lives (Hampton Roads 2002).

Topics Explored in this Dialogue:

  • How you can become more of who you are by going to the movies
  • Why most mainstream movies don’t touch the edges of your imagination
  • How mass marketing has changed the movies you see at your local theater
  • How an inspiring film can change the way you look at your dark shadow
  • How you can bring spiritual cinema into your own living room

Program Number: 3058              Host: Justine & Michael Toms              Interview Date: 8/11/2004

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