The Los Angeles Chapter of the Zeitgeist Movement Announces the 2016 Zeitgeist Media Festival
Saturday December 3rd, 2016
The Zeitgeist Media Festival (ZMF) is back for its sixth annual main event! Embracing a spirit of unity and exploration, the Media Festival promotes an atmosphere of catharsis from the creative suffocation that can result from day-to-day andreinforces the call for us to come together as a society if we wish to realize long-term change.
This non profit Multimedia Arts-Activist Festival will feature live music, comedy, short films, spoken word, art gallery, live painting, collaborative/interactive-art rooms, presentations by prominent activists, artists, and thinkers, and will host a variety of NPOs and organizations to foster solidarity and discussion around pressing social issues and their resolution.
"Unifying Art & Activism to Inspire New Possibility"
Performances by: Lili Haydn - Violin Virtuoso Lee Camp - Comedian & Social Commentator Peter Joseph - Director of Zeitgeist films, to show trailer for new film "Interreflections" Nomi Abadi - Singer, Songwriter, Pianist, and Composer Eleanor Goldfield - Creative & Grassroots Activist RawLegit - Hip Hop Artist & Activist Chad Fisher - Comedian and Activist Rick Overton - Comedian
Gallery Artists: Abby Martin - Artist, Activist, and Journalist Brandon Kristy - Artist & Social activist Barret Crane - Graphic Artist Sujey Ruiz - Artist & Social Activist Richelle Gribble - Science Artist Janna Avner - Arts & Sciences
Official Zeitgeist Movement NPO Formed:
As of June 2016, The Zeitgeist Movement has established a US-based 501c3 non-profit organization to help with monthly administrative tasks. Based in California, and chaired by core members of the Los Angeles Chapter of TZM, this tax exempt entity allows for tax deductible donations.
The New Human Rights Movement - Reinventing the Economy to End Oppression:
This new book is now available for pre-order. In his latest literary work, Peter Joseph, founder of The Zeitgeist Movement, draws from economics, history, philosophy and modern public health research, to present a bold case for rethinking activism in the 21st century.