IMA International Film Series
Irvine Multicultural Association
The IMA International Film Series presents an award winning motion-picture filmed in 24 countries.
Friday, January 29, 2010
6:00 to 9:00 pm
Council Chamber, Irvine City Hall,
1 Civic Center Plaza, Irvine 92606
FREE ADMISSION, seating limited to first 200 guests
Baraka means blessing: the breath or essence of life from which the evolutionary process unfolds. It is a transcendently poetic and meditative visual tour of the globe, with images from 24 different countries, told without words and accompanied only by world music.
This film encompasses a variety of religious rituals, forms of architecture, nature and humanity in states of both harmony and calamity. Baraka displays the uniquely exotic as well as the universal commonalities of all cultures. It also includes groundbreaking moonlit time-lapse views of Angkor Wat by filmmaker Ron Fricke. This film premiered in Los Angeles in 1992, and was not shown in Orange County theaters at that time.
Complimentary refreshments prior to the screening
Discussion immediately following the movie
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