This month, Spiritual Cinema Circle highlights films about love in all its many forms.
A Bird of the Air is our February feature. Filmed in New Mexico, it tells the story of a solitary man (Jackson Hurst) whose life is altered by both a stray parrot and a woman (Rachel Nichols) who inspire him to ask questions about his past — and his future. A Bird of the Air was directed by Margaret Whitton and written by Roger Towne, best known as the writer of The Natural, which starred Robert Redford.
In Love Hacking, a documentary journey from California to Nepal, we meet a couple who meet and fall in love online, and who decide to marry the day after they meet face-to-face.
Is it possible to measure love? The Love Competition is a fascinating short documentary about a scientific study at Stanford University to measure love using MRI technology.
In the comedy Lunch Date, a young woman whose boyfriend has broken up with her finds an unexpected connection and a friendship as she asks herself what to do next, and whether she was meant to find true love.
Spiritual Cinema Circle is a monthly DVD club that celebrates inspiring and thought-provoking films.