Screening of 'Shingetsu' (dir. Paul Schoolman), currently in postproduction, followed by a Q&A with Paul Schoolman, Alice Krige and Sahil Gill, who are seeking your feedback to their film. All welcome!
Shingetsu is the title of a Honkioku, the flute music played by the Ronin. The music was inspired by an ancient Chinese poem - The enlightened soul, like the moon, casts her light on all.
Shingetsu is the second part of the Yang-Yin Trilogy. The First part, JailCaesar (AKA StringCeasar), is totally male - Yang. (being released in the USA by Corinth in October)
The third part, How To Write A Love Poem, is female (currently shooting)
The second part, Shingetsu, is where man (Yang), and woman (Yin) meet. Where they entwine and embrace - as in the old Taoist symbol.
The woman, is Alice Krige - StarTrek, Chariots of Fire RSC
The man is Gunter Singer, former World Heavyweight Mui Thai Champion (kick boxing), High Alpine Special Forces, Foreign Legionnaire Special Forces, Healer and Poet
Paul Schoolman directed and shot the film
This is post production in process. We won't just accept your criticism - we seek it.
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