Women’s Visionary Film Symposium
May 30th – June 2nd, 2019
Co-Presented by: Lindsay Kent
Film submissions are open to all women.
The selected filmmakers will be responsible for all shipping fees.
All filmmakers will be notified via email of acceptance.
Regular deadline — January 25, 2019
Late deadline — February 15, 2019
Extended deadline — March 1 2019
Lindsay Kent is a documentary producer, director and editor based in Los Angeles. After graduating with a degree in film from the University of Texas, Lindsay spent several years traveling and working in television and digital media in Sydney, Honolulu, Bangkok, New York and Dallas before making Southern California home. Her documentary film Going Furthur, chronicling the 50th anniversary tour of the world-renowned Furthur bus, connected her with many luminaries in the psychedelic and visionary art scene-including Alex and Allyson Grey.
Lindsay is currently working on a documentary about the life of world-renowned female conductor and composer Eimear Noone.
She is over the moon to be curating the first ever Women’s Visionary Film Symposium with Allyson Grey and team, and is looking forward to merging her love of all things film with the divine creativity and community of CoSM.
More information about Lindsay and her work can be found at krenshawfilms.com
Allyson Grey is a painter and social sculptor. She has been Alex’s creative collaborator, life partner and studio mate since 1975 after meeting in art school. Allyson’s paintings represent chaos, order and secret writing, an essentialized world view symbolizing the material world, the interconnected realm of energy and light and the sacred language of creative expression. With an MFA from Tufts University, Allyson has long been an art educator, art events organizer and a muse to artists worldwide. allysongrey.com
Together the Grey’s co-founded the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors, (CoSM; cosm.org), a spiritual creative retreat center outside of New York City. On the forefront of a movement in which painters join musicians on stage, the Grey’s have painted together live before tens of thousands of dancing young people at New York Broadway theaters, at sold-out festivals and arenas in dozens of international cities across five continents. As long-time advocates of “cognitive liberty,” a growing international “sacramental culture” has embraced the Grey’s as important mapmakers and spokespersons for the visionary realm. The Grey’s, with their team, are currently building Entheon, a Visionary Art sanctuary in the Hudson Valley of New York.
CoSM, Chapel of Sacred Mirrors, 46 Deer Hill Road, Wappinger, NY 12590.