It's the third week of August people from all over the world have gathered in Washington DC for the World Music and Independent Film Festival (WMIFF). Tyme, Aspects of Home was nominated for Best Feature Documentary in Music and won BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY in the category of Short/Feature/Documentaries. It has been a tremendous honor to have received this award. Many thanks to everyone who worked on this award winning film. Special thanks to Cedar Breaks and Mike Ericksen.
That which defines us must include a conscious recognition of those who have come before us. Without this recognition we loose an important part of who we are and what we are becoming. "Tyme, Aspects of Home" takes a respectful and pleasant look at the extended us that defines itself as a part of the flow of life with regards to those who have cut through the stream of life before us.
We celebrate our lives as one human race, as a nation, a group and a family. Through musical artistry Cedar Breaks pulls back the curtains allowing a flood of music and song to wash over our definition of what it is to be alive and acknowledging those countless generations who have made our lives possible. This is the trailer to the documentary featuring the music of Cedar Breaks. You can visit Cedar Breaks at CedarBreaksBand.com
Director: Norman Bosworth
Cinematography/Editing: Norman Bosworth
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