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4PM-Time Shift Film Screenings featuring “The Roots Awaken” by Kumiko Hayashi

January 28 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm


ts-gtThere are 30 spots for this experience and tickets (Golden Tickets) sold as pre-sale only.*

Spots left as of 1/8/16 – 30

Come and get your Golden Ticket!!

Here is the link to Time Shift Film Screening’s (TSFS) web page which has a general sense of what RSD is all about and below is the schedule for the first one coming up on Saturday January 28.

TSFS was born out of the need to build community and ignite ideas that foster our values and inspire constructive action to create the world we want to live in.

Schedule for Saturday, January 28

4pm – 4:15pm Arrival, Meet & Greet

4:15pm – 4:30pm Introduction

Mayra McCullough introduces filmmaker Kumiko Hayashi and why this film was selected for this Time Shift Film Screening. Kumiko will introduce film as well as guest Mayan Day Keeper José Muñoz who will guide us through a brief cacao ceremony to open our hearts and connect with one another.

4:30pm – 5pm Cacao Ceremony lead by Mayan Day Keeper José Muñoz

5:00pm – 6:10pm  Screening: The Roots Awaken by Kumiko Hayashi



Indigenous people and their cultures are threatened across the planet. This documentary presents a heart driven and interconnected story of indigenous youth from the Andes Mountains to the Amazon Rainforest who are rising up with their elders to defend their territory and maintain their ancestral cultures as Ecuador becomes more globalized.

The Roots Awaken is made through a process of community cinema, an emerging concept in film where the subjects are active participants in the co-creation of the production of their reality. This documentary was made in collaboration with more than 11 communities in Ecuador, including Entaya Ainz Jea, Tsachila, Cofan, Otavalo, Sarayaku, Moretecocha, Peguche, Tzawata, Cotacachi, Ilalo, and Yanayaku.

Official Trailer

 6:10pm – 6:30 Q&A Session with Filmmaker Kumiko Hayashi

6:30pm – 6:45pm Mayra McCullough introduces Eco-Retreat Ecuador travel experience scheduled for June 4-10 & Does Raffle!

6:45pm – 7pm Community building meet and greet!

What we’ll provide: Lot’s of Conscious Entertainment!

Water, Tea, Coffee

Cacao for Ceremony

Feature Documentary, Roots Awaken (1hr 10mins)

A little entertainment, a little education, and great conversation!

What to bring: for Movie Snack Potluck!

A healthy movie snack to share (if you are inspired!)

An Open Mind

Game Rules:

Group Size: There are 30 spots on this experience and tickets (Golden Tickets) sold as pre-sale only.*

*Golden Tickets are available at C2E’s Villa and through all our hosts.

E-mail Mayra to get your Golden Ticket:


Or stop by C2E’s Villa to pick it up: (text Mayra first: 818-458-3810)

23231 Gonzales Dr. Woodland Hills, CA 91367

All ages welcomed, as long as minors come with adult supervision.

Cancellation policy: Fee paid can be credited for another month



January 28
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Mayra McCullough


C2E’s Villa
23231 Gonzales Dr.
Woodland Hills,91367
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