2012: Time for Change (2010) is a feature-length documentary film based in part on the books of Daniel Pinchbeck, directed by Emmy Award nominee João Amorim, and set to premiere on April 9, 2010 at the Lumiere Theater in San Francisco. The film presents a radical positive alternative to apocalyptic doom and gloom, and features, among others, David Lynch, Sting, Ellen Page, Gilberto Gil, Barbara Marx Hubbard, and Paul Stamets.
Daniel Pinchbeck is the author of 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl and Breaking Open the Head: A Psychedelic Journey into the Heart of Contemporary Shamanism. He is co-founder of Evolver LLC, which publishes Reality Sandwich, the leading web magazine for transformative culture, and Evolver.net, the network that supports the Evolver Social Movement. His articles have appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Rolling Stone, Wired, The Village Voice, ArtForum, and Esquire.
João Amorim is a Brazilian director focusing on animation and documentaries, and more specifically the mix of both genres. Amorim has directed and produced the animated series Beyond 2012: Perspectives on the Next Age, on the evolution of consciousness and ecology. He was the Head of Animation, on Chicago 10, Brett Morgen’s film that opened the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, and for which Amorim was nominated for an Emmy in 2009. Amorim directed many short films such as Ferrets for Freedom and the award winning Don’t Get Charged Up, on the recycling of batteries. He has worked as an animation director on Footsteps in Africa, For the Next 7 Generations, and the upcoming Ghetto Physics.
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