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New film about Philip Glass, Robert Wilson, Einstein on the Beach, and the connection between physics, opera, and human imagination.
1,175 backers pledged $106,429 to help bring this project to life.

We are on Indiewire's Project of the Week and we have new rewards!

Posted by John Walter (Creator)
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Hey fellow Earth Movers,

We are so close! To help us reach our goal, our friends at The Philip Glass Center and Orange Mountain Music helped The Earth Moves with some exciting new rewards to offer. 

So far we've added:

  • The full Monsters of Grace opera on CD for $60.
  • A double reward including the Monsters of Grace CD and the Einstein on the Beach CD and "Changing Image of Opera" CD/DVD set for $115.
  • Season passes (with backstage access!) to Philip Glass's Days and Nights Festival in Big Sur, CA. $600 for a pair.

More details about the Days and Nights Festival from the Philip Glass Center:

Glass envisions the Days and Nights Festival as encompassing and nurturing the arts in a way that welcomes the future while exploring the seminal developments in the arts throughout history. While last year’s inaugural season reflected keystones in Glass’s career in terms of the selection of works and performers, future seasons beginning in 2013 will delve ever further into the evolution of the arts across time and space.

And last but not least, we are very pleased to announce that The Earth Moves is up for Indiewire’s Project of the week!

You can vote for the film by clicking here:

http://www.indiewire.com/article/vote-for-project-of-the-week-will-it-be-the-life-of-flowers-finding-groovopolis-not-it-or-the-earth-moves-20150626

Voting only takes a moment and is extremely easy to do. After selecting The Earth Moves as the project you'd most like to see, Indiewire will ask you to enter your email address. You will immediately receive an email, asking to confirm your vote. Your vote will only count if you confirm this email!

Your vote could put us in the running for Project of the Month! More importantly, it will help introduce an entirely new and contemporary audience to the brilliance of Einstein on the Beach. T

hank you in advance for your vote and thank you for all of your support!

Best, 

 John Walter

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