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The GMF Screen
Video Resources from the Net Your GMF Fellowship Journey
> The rich, diverse and non-human eco-social world we live in: The Amazon Wildlife
> A documentary about the art of living outside of conventions, in deep integrity with one's essence.
The Art of Life
> The documentary discusses the concept of hostile architecture, which is the idea of shaping the environment around humans to influence their behavior. Examples include uncomfortable benches, blue lights, and spikes in designs, which are often used to prevent loitering, sleeping, or other unwanted activities. Hostile Architecture
> In the summer of 1968, Christian mystic Thomas Merton undertook a pilgrimage to the American West. Fifty years later, filmmaker Jeremy Seifert and writer Fred Bahnson set out to follow Merton’s path, retracing the monk’s journey across the landscape. Amid stunning backdrops of ocean, redwood, and canyon, the film features the faces and voices of people Merton encountered.
On The Road With Thomas Merton
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