Where reality meets the unknown.
Jennifer Elster‘s THE BEING EXPERIENCE (In the Woods) is a journey into the mysterious and a walk into unknown. The artists, actors and scientific minds are challenged by the stillness and vastness of the natural world around them. What will they discover about themselves? What perspectives “the woods” will reveal? These are questions that will be answered beginning with the first installment of the “Experience” series beginning on June 25, 2013. There will be additional “in the woods” series and will include varying perspectives from actors Famke Janssen and Debra Winger, and musicians Dave Matthews, Moby, in addition to various artists, and creatives.
THE BEING EXPERIENCE by Jennifer Elster begins with “… IN THE WOODS,” a multi-part film series that is a mystery to everyone, even its subjects. A daring walk into the unknown, the film series delves deep inside each subject and ends up in uncharted terrain.
The first trailer of the series features Terrence Howard, Questlove, who looks as if he isn’t enjoying what he sees, musician Moby and American actress and model Paz de la Huerta. The series will operate on multiple levels of consciousness. It promises to be an “ongoing journey” to be released on a variety of platforms.
• Visit the films website for the exclusive premiere of the first installment of the IN THE WOODS series Tuesday, June 25th.
Get ready for an unusual ride.
The Being Experience (In the Woods) features performances from Terrence Howard, Dave Matthews, Famke Janssen, Questlove, Paz de la Huerta, Temple Grandin, Moby, Jorgen Leth, Rufus Wainwright, Will Shortz, Alan Cumming, Debra Winger, Rosie Perez, Liya Kebede and Aimee Mullins. Original vocalizations by Yoko Ono.
Art and supplementary materials courtesy © 2013 of Submarine Media and The Being Experience. All rights reserved.
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