Rock Boxes
Rock Boxes

with Anders Johnson

www.anjohn.com

Ecosexual Blue Wedding to the Sea with Annie Sprinkle & Beth Stephens
Ecosexual Blue Wedding to the Sea with Annie Sprinkle & Beth Stephens

Performance at the Fear Society Pavilion, Venice Binnale, Italy

"Wedding Photographer" performed by Gigi Gatewood

http://sexecology.org/

Tender Comrades by Sunita Prasad
Tender Comrades by Sunita Prasad

Video Still

Trailer

Cinematography by Gigi Gatewood

www.sunitaprasad.net
 

History by Sarah Stolar
History by Sarah Stolar

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Co-produced by Gigi Gatewood

www.sarahstolar.com

Like A Knife: The Real Vodu

A Film by Gigi Gatewood & Sunita Prasad

Like A Knife: The Real Vodu is the first film of the ReVodution film series. Ghanaian brothers and Vodu practitioners, Sena and Pele Voncujovi, pose the question, “How would you describe Vodu?” Part verité and part exposé, this short documentary gets to the root of how traditional African spiritual and herbal practices have become stigmatized and marginalized. Scenes of ceremonies, herbal lessons, and readings with spiritual leaders demystify Vodu and explore how realities of modern life are not incompatible with an intricate and intimate relationship with traditional spirituality.

Rock Boxes
Ecosexual Blue Wedding to the Sea with Annie Sprinkle & Beth Stephens
Tender Comrades by Sunita Prasad
History by Sarah Stolar
Like A Knife: The Real Vodu
Rock Boxes

with Anders Johnson

www.anjohn.com

Ecosexual Blue Wedding to the Sea with Annie Sprinkle & Beth Stephens

Performance at the Fear Society Pavilion, Venice Binnale, Italy

"Wedding Photographer" performed by Gigi Gatewood

http://sexecology.org/

Tender Comrades by Sunita Prasad

Video Still

Trailer

Cinematography by Gigi Gatewood

www.sunitaprasad.net
 

History by Sarah Stolar

Video still

Co-produced by Gigi Gatewood

www.sarahstolar.com

Like A Knife: The Real Vodu

A Film by Gigi Gatewood & Sunita Prasad

Like A Knife: The Real Vodu is the first film of the ReVodution film series. Ghanaian brothers and Vodu practitioners, Sena and Pele Voncujovi, pose the question, “How would you describe Vodu?” Part verité and part exposé, this short documentary gets to the root of how traditional African spiritual and herbal practices have become stigmatized and marginalized. Scenes of ceremonies, herbal lessons, and readings with spiritual leaders demystify Vodu and explore how realities of modern life are not incompatible with an intricate and intimate relationship with traditional spirituality.

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