Cody, WY (PRWEB) June 30, 2005
The Spiritual Cinema Circle, a monthly membership-based club that allows movie fans to receive and keep a unique and non-mainstream selection of DVDs, announces the selection of their upcoming movies for the month of July. The July movies include: "Butterfly Woman," "Stuck," "Reflection" and "James's Journey to Jerusalem."
The Spiritual Cinema Circle distributes four to five films on DVD every month to each of its members around the world. Recently featured in Newsweek and Entertainment Weekly, the Circle is the first distribution company exclusively dedicated to the genre of spiritual cinema. Also unique to the Circle is the fact that members get to keep the DVDs they receive.
The films featured in the Circle's selection include comedies, dramas and documentaries, and are widely unknown or difficult to find in theaters or stores that feature mostly mainstream blockbuster movies.
The Spiritual Cinema Circle films are meant to inspire and encourage people to question who we are and why we are here. They explore the human condition through inspiring stories and images that urge us to discover our full human potential. Some of the Circle's main themes for movies include life after life, enhanced powers and sensibilities, reality and time and the power of love.
The Circle was co-founded by Hollywood movie producer Stephen Simon. ÂWe support the individual connection to the divine rather than proselytizing (for) any particular religion or practice," Simon says. "It is our desire to provide entertainment that uplifts, inspires, opens the heart and stirs the soul.Â
Simon produced and directed the feature film "Indigo." The film, publicly released this past January, won the Audience Choice Award in its debut at the December 2003 Santa Fe Film Festival.
Simon's "Indigo" collaborators were noted peace emissary James Twyman and the best-selling author of "Conversations with God," Neale Donald Walsch. Walsch also played a leading role in the movie.
Simon and Walsch are again collaborating to produce the motion picture "Conversations with God," based on Walsch's book of the same name. The book spent three years on the New York Times best-seller list.
Walsch will star in the movie, playing himself. Production begins November 2005 in southern Oregon, where Simon and Walsch live.
"Conversations with God," the movie, will become a part of the Spiritual Cinema Circle's film offerings.
The Circle recently celebrated its first birthday, growing in its first year to thousands of members in more than 60 countries.
For more information about the Spiritual Cinema Circle or Stephen Simon, contact John Cali or visit http://www.greatwesternpublishing.com/
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