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the new story of sex, partnership, and the village



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In the 21st century, the rise of the hyperconnected world has caused many to deeply question love.  Rolling Stone has dubbed this era the "Millennial's Sexual Revolution," where sex, intimacy, and partnership are being radically reexamined.

“There can be no peace on earth as long as there is war in love.”
— Deiter Duhm, Tamera co-founder

Many of us grew up with the myth of THE ONE. The powerful idea that our happiness depends on finding our true love - the one person that will complete us.  Yet with staggering divorce rates and fragmented families on the rise, what happened to this story of happily ever after?

HEALING OF LOVE shares the revolutionary research of Tamera Healing Biotope in Portugal, who have spent 40 years developing social practices and models for a new story of free love - love that is free from fear.   They reveal the connection between the war in love and our collective crises unfolding across the planet - and how we must reawaken the village as the fundamental cell of an emerging peace culture.


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Ian MacKenzie is an award-winning filmmaker & media activist based in Vancouver. His work has appeared in The New York Times, National Geographic TV, CBC Documentary, The Globe and Mail, Adbusters, and film festivals around the world. He co-produced Velcrow Ripper’s feature film Occupy Love (2013), and more recently released the short film Reactor (2013).Sacred Economics (2012) is one of his most popular web films, in collaboration with author Charles Eisenstein. Ian’s previous short The Revolution Is Love (2011) was named one of the top 10 Occupy films to watch 2011.  His newest featured documentary Amplify Her, exploring the rising feminine in electronic music, will be released in 2016.


John is a filmmaker, educator, wilderness guide and performance artist based in Colorado. Over the past 7 years, he has used filmmaking, nature connection and the somatic arts as tools of conflict resolution and peace building in conflict zones from rural Guatemalan villages, to Middle Eastern refugee camps and inner cities in the U.S. In addition, he has been producing short films for social change-makers through his media collaborative, ReCultured Media.


Julia is a filmmaker, photographer, performance artist and community builder based in the San Francisco Bay Area. A roving documentarian, she empowers the rising feminine movement across the globe through visual storytelling. From the darkness, co-producing films alongside Oscar nominated filmmakers about subjects such as child soldiers and Wikileaks – to the light, now making her first feature film called UNION about evolutionary love, alternative relationship paradigms and Burning Man culture. She is also multi-lingual, a Master NLP Practitioner, Orgasmic Meditator, and a Sensual Surrealism image maker.



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Louis is the co-founder of Free Range Studios, a marketing & storytelling production company that aims to inspire, educate and activate.  He is also the director of the massively popular web series The Story of Stuff - seen by millions all over the world.  Louis co-authored the recent book Sustainable Revolution exploring permaculture in ecovillages, urban farms, and communities worldwide. 




Christiane is founder of The ReWilding, an organization which offers guidance and counseling along with instructional and experiential films and books. She is also the founder of Global Culture of Women, which began after sitting with a group of women from Israel, Palestine and the USA in a circle called Women of Vision. In the presence of these courageous women, coming together to weave rituals of peace which they would take back to their families and communities, she heard story upon story of the wisdom, fearlessness and life-loving vision of the feminine spirit. The Global Culture of Women began shortly after from this knowing; that women hold a power critical to humanity’s remembering of it’s integral place in the web of life. 


Magalie is the founder of Dancing Without Borders and Shaping New Culture. She facilitates internationally large scale transformative art ritual experiences and workshops focused on the healing of love and the reconciliation among the genders.  She has also spent time at Tamera in their Love School, and will provide an important voice for the perspective of women in the healing of love.