THRIVE – WHAT IN THE WORLD WILL IT TAKE?

| March 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

Title: THRIVE – WHAT IN THE WORLD WILL IT TAKE?

Location: Rosendale Theatre

Start Time: 7:15 PM

Date:  March 21, 2012

Description: THRIVE – WHAT IN THE WORLD WILL IT TAKE? is Foster Gamble’s urgent message about what is really going on in the world today and how amidst these challenges people can not only survive, but thrive. The screening begins at 7:15 p.m. at Rosendale Theatre and will be followed by a moderated panel and audience discussion. Tickets are $7.00 and are available at the door.

THRIVE follows the money upstream to uncover the intentional global consolidation of wealth and power by an elite few and how it is affecting almost every aspect of our lives. After lifting the veil on our rigged economic system, the documentary offers creative solutions and strategies. The moderated discussion after the film will focus on the solutions suggested by the film as well as alternative and/or local solutions.Thrive

THRIVE’s co-creator Foster Gamble, a direct descendent of the founder of Proctor & Gamble (makers of Tide, Crest, and other iconic American brands), was born into the world of elite privilege, but he says he has spent much of his life trying to figure out what (and who) is standing in the way of prosperity, happiness and health for ALL people. Now, after eight years of research and fact checking, Foster Gamble with Clear Compass Media presents answers to these questions along with suggestions for many solution strategies.

The film includes interviews with former astronaut Edgar Mitchell, physicist Adam Trombly, Steven Greer M.D., Deepak Chopra M.D., Bill Still producer of the Money Masters, Catherine Austin Fitts, former Assistant Secretary of H.U.D., David Icke author of The Biggest Secret, evolutionary biologist Elizabeth Sahtouris, Paul Hawken of Natural Capital Institute, and Amy Goodman host of the Democracy Now.

Entering its second year as a not-for-profit, volunteer run, center for film and all the performing arts and education, the historic Rosendale Theater, run by the Rosendale Theater Collective (RTC), is dedicated to enhancing the cultural life and economic vitality of Rosendale and Ulster County.

For more information, visit the Rosendale Theater website at http://rosendaletheatre.org or call (845) 658-8989.

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