After a sold-out world premiere at the 40th-annual Seattle International Film Festival, “Song of the New Earth” will return to Seattle on Friday, Aug. 29, for an exclusive week-long run at the SIFF Cinema Uptown (511 Queen Anne Ave. N.). The show times are 4:15 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. through Sept. 4.

Co-producer Sophie Jane Mortimer and producer/director Ward Serrill will offer a Q & A following the screenings on Friday, Aug. 29, through Sunday, Aug. 31.


“Song of the New Earth” features the ardent quest of sound healer, psychotherapist and sonic shaman Tom Kenyon to integrate modern science and ancient mysticism through the power of sound. From his home in the San Juan Islands to Tibetan nunneries in the Himalayas, from cathedrals and mysterious caves in southern France to the golden-chandeliered symphony halls of Vienna, “Song of the New Earth” explores the cutting-edge scientific research proving that sound shifts brain states and can promote dramatic healing not only for ourselves but for our planet.

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