ILLUMINATE 2016 Lineup

 Full Program • 2016 Program Guide  


[Wed] [Thur] [Fri] [Sat] [Sun]




ILLUMINATE Launch Party and Outdoor Movie - FREE
Screening of Be More
Work-In-Progress

Wednesday, Jun 1, 6:30 pm The Collective Sedona

Pre-Festival Launch Party and Free Outdoor Screening of work-in-progress BE MORE, a stirring documentary film narrated by Joaquin Phoenix, about seven activists who make it their mission to create a more compassionate world. Their goal: To transform the lives of seventeen teenagers in seven days. 


Join us for a Q&A with director Justin C. Haulbrook as we look at how everyday heroes change the world.




Teal: The Making of a Spiritual Teacher
Work-In-Progress

Friday, Jun 3, 1:00 pm
Sunday, Jun 5, 6:15 pm
Mary D. Fisher Theatre
Mary D. Fisher Theatre


Teal: The Making of a Spiritual Teacher, directed by Paola Marino – Referred to as "The Spiritual Catalyst" and dubbed the next Wayne Dyer, Teal Swan's extrasensory gifts and connection to the spiritual realm are a light in the perpetual darkness of the modern age.


A Q&A with director Paola Marino, spiritual teacher Teal Swan, and close friend Blake Dyer follows




Mantra - Sounds Into Silence
& Kirtan Concert with Jai Uttal
Work-In-Progress

Sunday, Jun 5, 1:00 pm SPAC Main Theater

The Closing Film event will be a Sneak Peek of Mantra - Sounds Into Silence, a film about the revolution underway in world Kirtan, yoga's call-and-response form of devotional music. Clips of the film will be followed by a Q&A and live concert with world-renowned Kirtan sensation Jai Uttal


A Q&A with director Georgia Wyss, executive producer Howard Glasser, and artist Jai Uttal follows.




The Connected Universe
PRIVATE SCREENING
Work-In-Progress

Sunday, Jun 5, 3:30 pm Mary D. Fisher Theatre

The Connected Universe, directed by Malcom Carter – Returning after its sold out Sneak Peek at Illuminate 2015, this documentary featuring Nassim Haramein discovers the science behind the interconnection of all things in a magnificent, groundbreaking union of science and spirituality.


A Q&A with director Malcom Carter follows.