FestivalsSanta Cruz Film Festival, April 2007 WORLD PREMIERE
Calgary International Film Festival, September 2007, International Buddhist Film Festival, Non-Violence Film Festival, Gabriola Island Film Festival, From Here to Awesome Film Festival
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- May 19, 2010 9:22 PM GET A FREE BUDDHA BADGE (1" Punk Pin w/ Dharma Designs)!!!
- Dec 1, 2009 3:41 AM Walking the Tightrope: The Journey of Making MEDITATE AND DESTROY
- Nov 19, 2009 9:38 PM Video of post-screening Q&A with Noah Levine and Sarah Fisher!!
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.. MEDITATE AND DESTROY is an 81-minute feature documentary on meditation teacher and author of Dharma Punx, Noah Levine. After a self-destructive adolescence of criminal activity and substance abuse, Noah is now a devout Buddhist. This provocative documentary provides a personal portrait on this unique individual by showing how he uses his punk rock sensibilities to teach others the path of spirituality and community service in urban centers around the country.
Who I'd like to meet:meditators
socially engaged buddhists
lovers of truth
sacred cinema fanatics
- Status: Single
- Here for: Networking, Friends
- Religion: Buddhist
- Zodiac Sign: Libra
- Occupation: Documentary Film, Sacred Cinema, Truth Teller
General"We need to support this kind of entertainment! In this time and age there is an extreme need for inspiring movies done from the heart that speak to the heart."
-Maurizio Benazzo, Co-Director, "Shortcut to Nirvana: Kumbh Mela"
"Great exploration into the life of a punk meditator. Breaks any stereotype you may have about those who are on the path to enlightenment. Great movie-- great production team. Please support it!"
-Aron Ranen, Documentary Director/Producer, "Sex and Religion", recipient of two NEA Fellowships, and founder of DVworkshops.com
"His life is poignantly captured...powerful."
"The film proves that transformation is not only possible- it is necessary."
-RELEASE PRINT (July/August 2007)- magazine of the Film Arts Foundation