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Where can I host the screening?
In your home, at your local theater, Yoga center, Church or any other community venue. You can charge for tickets, ask for a suggested donation, or make it free – it’s up to you.

How much does it cost?
We go by the honor system here at Beyond Words. Please note that these fees are split with the filmmakers and by your paying for this screening you are supporting independent filmmakers and helping them to continue to make the films you want to see and share! You will see we ask you to pay a screening fee and make a minimum purchase of 5 dvd’s, depending on the size of your event.  You will pay the wholesale price and can make them available for sale at your event! Please check the individual screening details page for exact pricing.

Films currently available for screenings

  • Arise
    Arise captures the portraits and stories of extraordinary women around the world who are coming together to heal the injustices against the earth. The film weaves together poetry, music, art and stunning scenery to create a hopeful and collective story that inspires us to work for the earth. Featuring music by: Elephant Revival, Michael Franti, Ietef, Lil Sum’n Sum’n, and more.

  • Awake in the Dream
    We spend the majority of our lives in a kind of hibernation: Functional but separate from the source of our being. What can we do to wake up? Catharina Roland explores this crucial question, inviting us to share in her deeply enriching journey to discover how we can be whole again, how we can heal ourselves and the environment we live in, and how we can leave the cocoons of our perception to face our own selfishness and fears.

  • Beyond The Chair
    Beyond the Chair is the story of an ordinary man, Andrew Shelley, living the American Dream. He leads a successful life as an engineer and a single bachelor. Just beneath the surface, he is unhappy with the expectations and perceptions that society puts on him. He sees his life as the result of choices laid out by everyone but himself.

  • Blessings
    Blessings: The Tsoknyi Nangchen Nuns of Tibet tells the story of 3000 nuns living in the remote nomadic region of Nangchen in Eastern Tibet who practice an ancient yogic tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. Despite near extinction during the destruction of the Cultural Revolution, these remarkable spiritual practitioners have emerged to rebuild their monasteries by hand — stone by stone. Now, their tradition of wisdom and compassion is once again vital and growing.

  • Conversations Beyond Proof of Heaven
    A passionate recounting of Dr. Alexander's experience being brain dead for a week - a near-death experience unlike any other ever detailed. The film invites you to become part of the conversation as Dr. Alexander and Dr. Moody discuss Soul School, consciousness, time, and the divine plan of the Universe.

  • Everest: A Climb for Peace
    Narrated by Orlando Bloom and hailed as a "tremendous achievement" by the Dalai Lama. Everest: A Climb for Peace is not just a typical Everest film, but a socially relevant documentary about peace, war, and the human spirit — an inspirational film, which also has some of the most incredible Everest footage ever shot, including a dramatic rescue from near the summit of Everest.

  • Finding Joe
    Finding Joe explores famed Mythologist Joseph Campbell's continued impact on our culture. The film navigates the stages of what Campbell dubbed "the hero's journey": the challenges, fears, dragons, battles and the hero's inevitable return home as a changed person. Finding Joe shows how Campbell's work is relevant and essential in today's world and how it provides a narrative for how to live a fully realized life—or as Campbell would simply state, how to "follow your bliss."

  • iGod
    iGod traces how the various belief systems about God have evolved into what exists in the present day, and then delves into the many questions about God that so many people have asked throughout history. Perhaps through this exploration we can finally begin to understand what God really is, what God wants, why we are here, and how we can create a better world, both for ourselves and future generations.

  • The Power of the Heart
    This breathtaking film, featuring the wisdom of Dr. Maya Angelou, Deepak Chopra, Eckhart Tolle, Gary Zukav and the stories of souls transformed by love, all over the world, The Power of the Heart has the potential to generate a quantum leap in humankind’s capacity for love, connectedness, compassion, and understanding. 

  • The Time is Now
    The Time is Now is a film that shows common people trapped in uncommon situations, and how they turn out to be survivors instead of becoming victims. These are people from America, Kenya, UK, Israel, and Palestine who have survived bombings, torture, close encounters with death and the loss of relatives and friends. These are the people who have survived extreme crises, and the only thing they had was their inner power and faith.

  • Serpent and the Sun
    Tachi is 21 and has lived below the poverty line all of his life. He is a member of the Revolutionary Zapatista Collective in Mexico City. He is searching for his roots. Ehe is a 52nd Generation medicine man and traditional healer from the Tetzkatlipoka Tradition of Darkness. Through a series of extraordinary circumstances, the two meet. Things will never be the same.

  • Something Unknown
    Interest in psychic phenomena has always been evident. But what does science have to say about these mysterious matters? Can science explain them? Is there evidence to prove them? Renee Scheltema takes the viewer on a fascinating spiritual journey into the science behind psychic phenomena, where the boundary between "real" ability and fraud is tested.

  • Song of the New Earth
    Song of the New Earth profiles the ardent quest of sound healer, psychotherapist and sonic shaman Tom Kenyon to integrate modern science and ancient mysticism through the power of sound. His rare ability to brilliantly decipher the healing science of sound results in a mesmerizing, and transformational documentary feature film.
     

  • Spiritual Liberation
    Michael Bernard Beckwith's inspiring teachings have been empowering spiritual seekers for more than two decades. Now, in the film Spiritual Liberation, you can take an intimate walk with the founder and director of Agape International Spiritual Center and witness how he lives his own teachings.

  • Transforming Awareness
    A large audience of truth-seekers was held rapt at the meeting of spiritual leader Michael Bernard Beckwith and leading Buddhist scholar Robert Thurman one magical night in 2010. Now that electrifying evening is a DVD of insight, inspiration, and spiritual guidance. See how important questions are answered in powerful stories and metaphors, with a touch of loving humor by two of the great spiritual figures of our time.

  • Walking the Camino
    Walking the Camino follows the unusual journey of six strangers, each from a different part of the world, as they attempt to cross an entire country on foot with only a backpack, a pair of boots, and an open mind. Driven by an inexplicable calling and a grand sense of adventure, each pilgrim throws themselves heart-and-soul into their physical trek to Santiago and, most importantly, their personal journey to themselves.

  • What the BLEEP Do We Know!?
    Science and spirituality come together in this mind-bending trip down the rabbit hole. Embark on a mind-bending voyage through the worlds of science and spirituality includes revelations by quantum physics experts, playful animation, and even a conversation with a wise, 35,000-year-old being.

  • What the BLEEP Do We Know!? Down the Rabbit Hole
    Embark on a life-changing journey with Amanda (Marlee Matlin), a divorced photographer who tumbles down a metaphysical rabbit hole. Her mind-bending voyage through the worlds of science and spirituality includes revelations by quantum physics experts, playful animation, and even a conversation with a wise, 35,000-year-old being. Ultimately, Amanda’s perception of reality is turned inside out and the meaning of life becomes clear. See for yourself why this groundbreaking movie became one of the most compelling and talked about films of the year.

  • More coming soon! Check back often!