Saturday, March 19, 2011


Grassroots Films
Now Available at Nineveh's Crossing
90min. DVD documentary + extras.
We've waited years for this to be released... and now we can sell it. I had a small part in it's creation, having traveled to St. Francis house for a couple days, watching an early edit, doing some (Moral Premise) story consulting with Joe, Charles, and Mike (and they took my advice....good story arc, guys, it works), and providing the footage of India that you'll see in the film. 

The Human Experience will provide generations with something to talk about... the meaning of life and suffering. This is a great DVD to buy for people, or show to people, who  have experienced suffering or tragedy in their lives. Joe and Charles, Mike and the other guys have made their mark on the world with their break-through FISHERS OF MEN (we still sell a lot of those DVD's as well), And now this, a feature length adventure, has truly established them as cultural influencers.  High Praise for their foresight, dedication, perseverance, and proclamation of truth. Keep it up, fellas.

BTW: I still remember fondly the meals I shared with you guys on the picnic tables next to the St. Francis ballpark. Glad to see the picnic tables and the "ballpark" in the film, as well. Com'on Jeff, let him pitch.  (Stan Williams)

In a world fraught with hostility and violence, an altruistic group of young men endeavor to understand the true essence of the human spirit by visiting forgotten souls such as homeless New Yorkers, Peruvian orphans and isolated Ghanaian lepers. By spotlighting heart warming stories from around the world, this uplifting documentary shows viewers that every single person, no matter his or her lot in life, is beautiful.

Incorporates insightful commentary from: Anna Halpine, Dr. William Hurlbut, Rabbi Simon Jacobson, Dr. Alveda King, Rev. Richard Neuhaus.

Through word of mouth, The Human Experience has been viewed by more than 100,000 people at over 250 screenings in 115 cities worldwide. With standing ovations as the norm and sold out shows at select Harkin's Theatres, the film has won over 30 film festival awards and accolades.

HE Banner Montage 


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