Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Caren's Second Video

"If you're dealing on a soul level it's also about people helping you grow. That's not something you can fully understand when it's happening to you." -Caren

The next Eaglecrowowl video I am sharing, created by Caren McCaleb, is WORMHOLE. This video was created in 2010 and has already had 878 views. In Caren's own words: "Wormhole is about transition, change and death. It's more like a poem than a short story. It's creepy because death is creepy. Where do we go? The girl in the video is my daughter at age 5. Her words were not scripted. They are her own original thoughts."

Caren has posted many, many videos on her youtube channel. She now has 1583 subscribers and continues to enlighten, confuse, inspire and challenge her viewers. Take some time to explore her channel, subscribe too! You can also see more of Caren's work on her website: www.carenmccaleb.com. Caren has always inspired me and I know she will inspire you.

A quote from Caren's youtube channel: "Reality can destroy the dream; why shouldn't the dream destroy reality." -George Moore.

Info about LOST IN LIVING and how you can help:
LOST IN LIVING follows four remarkable women, all artists as well as mothers. Through intimate, verite scenes, and in-depth interviews, this film illuminates how the choice of being a mother can affect one’s art and approach to creativity. Further, the film explores parenting expectations and failures, issues of friendship and marriage, the monotony of domestic routines, and most importantly who we are in the world and how we all struggle with the balance of family commitment and personal work.

Tax deductible contributions to LOST IN LIVING can be made on-line by visiting the website (here) and clicking on the “donate” tab or you can mail a check written out to: Filmmakers Alliance, 1218 East Palm Street, Altadena, CA 91001 (with LOST IN LIVING in the subject line of the check). Tax I.D. #95-4449125

To view a ten-minute excerpt of the film, please go here

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  1. Caren is a genius! i have been watching her since day 1 on Youtube. She inspires and makes you think deeply. I love her!

  2. Yes, I completely agree with you. Caren's imagination and creativity are beyond compare. Thanks for commenting.