1. Earl Lecture 2010 - Plenary Session I - Matthew Fox [part 2]

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    Tuesday January 26, 2010 Matthew Fox, founder and president emeritus of Wisdom University in Oakland, California, presents his plenary session, "From Religion to Spirituality - and Back Again?"

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    • myth is (Vol. I)

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      These “speaking portraits” put a fundamental (but perhaps ultimately endless) inquiry before people with a developed interest in myth, a request in fact to say what it is. Recorded in dialogue with presenters at the 2004 Mythic Journeys Conference & Performance Festival, this work was produced in collaboration with the Mythic Imagination Institute in Atlanta, Georgia. "myth is" is part of a larger project of speaking portraits, "art is," in which 800 artists (all kinds, including sculptors, painters, filmmakers, video artists, poets, composers, performance artists, and so on) have been recorded on video in eleven countries and twenty-three languages in the first six years. The result is an ongoing and constantly changing work called "art is" or "music is" or "poetry is" (now including "myth is" and "peace is"), which has been exhibited internationally, primarily as installations, screened either on projection screen or on one or more monitors. One difference in "art is" and "music is" is that the participants are not only artist/poets/musicians et al., but also mythographers, scholars, storytellers, etc. whose lives engage myth in a fundamental way. Overall, "art is" develops an open-ended video art work in portraiture that registers artists in the act of saying what "art" (or any of the other charged abstractions) is. It is presented as a continuous series of speaking faces viewed up close, one at a time, with no overlaps or special effects, filmed “on site” under many circumstances. One unadorned face at a time fills the image area. The framing effectively removes most social indicators (hair style, clothing, context, etc.). While many famous individuals are included, they are mixed with lesser known ones. Identification of the person is indicated only well into each "speaking portrait" in order to keep the viewer's attention focused on the act of saying what art is rather than on the identity of the speaker. The format is primarily single channel video, suitable for viewing as projection or on monitor, yet it aims as well at installation and performance contexts, where each format emphasizes different orders of experience within a singular matrix. [More at www.quasha.com.]

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      • Earl Lectures 2010 - Welcome, Invocation & Plenary Session I

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        Tuesday January 26, 2010 To begin the annual Earl Lectures and Leadership Conference, PSR president William McKinney delivers a welcome and introduction speech. Dorsey Blake, Presiding Minister of The Church for The Fellowship of All Peoples, offers a reflection and invocation. Matthew Fox, founder and president emeritus of Wisdom University in Oakland, California, presents his plenary session, "From Religion to Spirituality - and Back Again?"

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        • Rev. Matthew Fox - They Want You On Your Couches...

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          Reclaim America Conference sponsored by Network of Spiritual Progressives December 2014

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          • Suckling at the Glass Teat: Lost finale

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            Filmed moments after the Jimmy Kimmel Show special the night of the Lost finale, this episode, Andy and Mark, along with special guest Cory Palmer (the host of the Lost party they attended), dissect the final episode.

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            • By The Numbers: 16 February 2010

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              • Suckling at the Glass Teat: Breaking Bad

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                This time, Mark and Andy take a look at Breaking Bad, which some might call the best show on TV, especially in the wake of the last two amazing episodes. The discussion falls into a comparison of Breaking Bad and Lost, and the two discuss Walter White's narrative role, which might best be described as "an anti-villain".

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                • Cosmic Mass: Reinventing Worship

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                  A Marco Mascarin Documentary (c) 2005 "where rave meets sacrament and the priest is the posse" from Rev. Matthew Fox... "The Cosmic Mass (TCM) is a conscious effort to reinvigorate Western ritual by deconstructing the forms of worship we have inherited from the modern era (such as sitting in benches and being read to, preached at or reading from books including song books). We reconstruct these forms of worship by going back to the pre-modern practice of dance...." Please visit TheCosmcMass.com - and - CosmicMassTriangle.org - and - on Twitter @CosmicMass

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                  • Remember Us - Lost - The End

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                    Thanks to ABC and Darlton for Lost. I own nothing. Cut together the "awakening" scenes as best as I could. I dare you not to cry.

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                    • Three Times Moving: Time Forgotten (2014)

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                      Three Times Moving: Time Forgotten - the 2014 Lee Neville Entertainment short film. Continuing on from Three Times Moving: The Kiss Through Time and Three Times Moving: A Time to Lie, this is the conclusion to the Three Times Moving trilogy. Between the past and the present is a lost memory. Something time won't let him forget. Jane Hogan "Julie", Lee Neville "Adam", Danielle Little "Anna". Music Composed by Matthew Tabor. Director of Photography Matthew Fox. Written, Produced & Directed by Lee Neville. Further information at leeneville.com/leenevilleentertainmentproductions2014threetimesmovingtimeforgottensynopsis.html. 'Like' the Lee Neville Entertainment facebook page at facebook.com/leenevilleentertainment and follow on Twitter at twitter.com/LeeNevilleEnt.

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