Every so often there comes along a deal that is too good to pass up. The January 2004 issue of TheScreamOnline ran an article about Stephen Simon’s new film Indigo, in which we included a mention of The Spiritual Cinema Circle, his new film club that offers movies that illumine and inspire individual and social transformation. In this context, "spiritual" refers not to religion but to the unseen divine essence that is life force itself. Since the launch of The Spiritual Cinema Circle thousands of people around the world have become subscribers, in countries such as:

Afghanistan
Albania
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Chile
China
Colombia
Costa Rica
Croatia
Cyprus
Denmark
Ecuador
Estonia
Fiji
Finland

France
Germany
Greece
Hong Kong
Iceland
India
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Japan
Korea
Lebanon
Luxembourg
Malaysia
Mexico
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Palau
Phillipines
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Saudi Arabia
Singapore
Slovenia
South Africa
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Taiwan
Thailand
Turkey
Un. Arab Emirates
UK
Uruguay
Virgin Islands
Zambia

We subscribed to The Spiritual Cinema Circle, and the first few months of films really delivered on their promises. Themes include life after life, enhanced powers and sensibilities, reality and time, visionary romance and adventures, and the power of love. Act now and the first month is FREE (click to see trailers). Looking for a last-minute gift for a friend, or family member? Spiritual Cinema Circle's 3-month gift membership includes 12 films + one bonus CD for only $49.95 (includes shipping)!

CURRENT FILMS
A Not So Still Life (Worldwide Feature)
This feature film peers into the kaleidoscopic mind of renowned artist Ginny Ruffner, illuminating her journey from a near-fatal accident to re-invention of her world. She challenges us to not waste a minute of our lives and see the world from an unexpected perspective. 82 minutes in English. Directed by Karen Stanton. Produced by Tom Gorai.
Brownie Points
On their anniversary, Jake discovers that he can see his wife’s happiness meter, but pleasing her may be harder than it seems. Director Jenn Page joins us for this month’s volume discussion. 11 minutes in English. Written by Matt Bertsch, Richard L. Nunez, Jenn Page and Jason Dubin. Directed by Jenn Page.
Shanghai Love Market
This humorous short film is about an overbearing mother trying to match-make her single son. 9 minutes in Mandarin with English subtitles. Written and directed by Craig Rosenthal.
The Pond
A young widow scatters her husband’s ashes in a pond surrounded by a mysterious apple orchard. When a stranger appears unexpectedly, she learns the truth about this stunning locale. 22 minutes in English. Written and directed by Dan Hannon.


Each month, members receive a mixture of features, shorts, and documentaries on DVD. The movies are personally selected by Stephen Simon and his team. These movies represent the best of spiritual cinema and art.
• The movies are new films you are unlikely to see anywhere else.
• The DVDs are yours to keep. You don’t have to return them. In fact, you’re encouraged to share them with friends and family in order to broaden the worldwide Spiritual Cinema community.
Join now and get the first month's DVD free. Then you get to keep the New Member rate of $21 (+postage & handling) a month as long as you remain a member.
• There’s no risk—you may cancel your membership at any time. And remember, you never have to return any of your DVDs, even if you decide to cancel your membership.

Click here to access the Free Trial Sign-up Page

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