TAC International Film and Video Festival Signs Out of Time: The Story of Marija Gimbutas

 

 

Marija Gimbutas portrait     Neolithic Mother Goddess figurines

 

This dramatic story, told by renowned archaeologist Marija Gimbutas, has never been more timely. Her work on the Neolithic cultures of Old Europe (6500-3500 BC) reveals evidence of a peaceful, woman-honoring, Goddess-worshiping egalitarian civilization that existed for thousands of years with no war. Instead, theirs was a culture of art, exhibiting remarkable human creativity and stability in an era free of strife. What can we learn from this non-violent portion of human history?

 

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Length: 58:40 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Producer: Belili Productions / Donna Read
Producers Web site: http://www.belili.org / http://www.gimbutas.org
Distributor: Belili Productions
Distributor Web site: http://www.belili.org / http://www.gimbutas.org
Copyright: 2003 by Belili Productions

 

Festival Screenings and Awards:

Women's History Project, UCLA
Fowler Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Rassegna Internazionale del Cinema Archaeologica, Rovereto, Italy, 2006
West Coast Premier, Cowell Theater, San Francisco, CA, 2004
East Coast Premier, Andover, MA, 2004
Goddess Conference Down Under, Melbourne, Australia, 2004
Canadian Premier, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 2004
Woman Gathering Festival, Carbondale, PA, 2004