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Zeitgeist: Moving Forward

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Starting January 15, 2011 over 300 groups will host theatrical screenings of the documentary “Zeitgeist: Moving Forward” in 30 languages across 50 countries spanning from Mongolia to Macedonia to the United States and Canada.

This film is being distributed as a non-commercial release and is fully coordinated by volunteers of The Zeitgeist Movement, whose membership has grown to over 500,000 worldwide since its inception in the fall of 2008.

See the Global Map for screenings worldwide

 

*Notable screening locations: Europe; South America; USA; Canada; Mexico; Australia; New Zealand; Singapore; Mongolia; India (2,000 seat venue); Turkey; Canary Islands; Al-Dehesha Refugee camp in Bethlehem; Taiwan; Japan; Israel; Slovenia; Slovakia; Croatia; Latvia; Fiji Islands; Bulgaria.

“Zeitgeist: Moving Forward” is the third documentary by award-winning filmmaker Peter Joseph, founder of The Zeitgeist Movement - a social movement  that advocates transition from the current monetary system towards a global Resource-Based Economy in order to move beyond the problems of politics, crime, poverty and war.

“Zeitgeist: Moving Forward” is a feature-length documentary which will present the case for why such a transition from the current social/economic paradigm is necessary by exploring Human Behavior, Monetary Economics and Applied Science.  Mr. Joseph is a two-time recipient of the Artivist Film Festival’s “Best Feature” Award for his cinematic works, which include 2007’s viral film “Zeitgeist: The Movie,” and its 2008 sequel, the award-winning “Zeitgeist: Addendum.”