The Symbol of Peace
By `TimberClipse January, 2012
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Excerpt from the final film
The symbol of Peace Film is now completed! It will be submitted to numerous film festivals starting in February. We will keep this journal up to date with the status of these submissions.
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Morning brings news of conflicts from every corner of the globe. In this troubled time, the peace sign is a comforting sight for many. On t-shirts or jewelry, bumper stickers or posters, it reminds us there is more to life beyond struggle and strife.
The peace sign has survived for over 50 years because it is a symbol of hope and a philosophy uniting countless loving people. It has struggled to stay alive over the years as its popularity and acceptance have waxed and waned. But the strength it has now will keep it forever strong.
Directed and filmed by Zev Vel, The Symbol of Peace will share the inspiring stories and dreams of the people who love the peace sign and have created their own peace signs to display on their homes and businesses and parks. Here in Woodstock, New York, we are surrounded by the symbol; it is part of our daily landscape. It seems fitting for Woodstock to be the center of the documentary.
The film is available for limited private viewing. if you are interested please note `TimberClipse. The film will be publicly released through film festivals that we will be submitting to shortly! To keep up to date, watch `TimberClipse
The film is 12 minutes in length and will be submitted as a short documentary to film festivals. Most shorts are under 45 minutes, most short documentaries are under 20 minutes. We may take it farther one day, but at this point no plans have been made.
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