Special Nevada County Screening of Documentary, “THRIVE”

By Reinette Senum

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The Special Nevada County Screening of the documentary, THRIVE, has just hit gold. The creators and hosts, Foster and Kimberly Gamble, of the riveting film have agreed to attend IN PERSON rather than via Skype as originally planned. Nevada County has the remarkable opportunity to come together utilizing the most talked about documentary since ‘Zeitgeist’ and ‘What the Bleep Do We Know.’ THRIVE explores the challenge of surviving vs. thriving in the current and future global crises.

This screening of THRIVE will take place Friday, January 20th, 5:30pm to 10pm, at the Alpha Building, 210 Broad St. Nevada City. An unconventional documentary, THRIVE lifts the veil on what’s REALLY going on in our world by following the money upstream.

This community screening will also include special guest via skype, renown physicist, Nassim Haramein. Audience Q and A periods will be available throughout the screening with Foster and Kimberly Gamble as well as Nassim Haramein.

Questioning “worldviews” throughout, this two-hour long documentary dives into the global consolidation of money and power in nearly every aspect of our lives. Weaving together breakthroughs in science, consciousness and activism, THRIVE offers real solutions, empowering us with unprecedented and bold strategies for reclaiming our lives and our future.

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, Elizabeth Sahtouris Evolutionary Biologist, Paul Hawken of Natural Capital Institute, and Amy Goodman host of the Democracy Now.

In order to successfully meet our current global challenges, we need to ask hard questions in order to find solutions that go beyond just ‘getting by.’ This Special Nevada County Screening and IN PERSON presence of Foster and Kimberly Gamble is a tool for that process. Monthly meetings will follow allowing deeper discussion into the dozen different topics that THRIVE addresses.

It’s not about surviving. It’s about thriving.


Doors open at 5pm with opening music, 5-5:30pm, provided by Anni McCann.  Tickets $18 at the door, $15 in advance at The BriarPatch, The Fix, and the APPLE Center. For more information call 530-264-6048 or visit ThriveOn.org on Facebo

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3 Responses to “Special Nevada County Screening of Documentary, “THRIVE””
  1. depelton says:

    Note:

    This is a great chance to meet and question the filmmakers.

    If you can’t make it to the local showing, you can view the entire documentary online at YouTube, and here (embedded below):

    For what it’s worth, I watched about the first hour of this film with a lot of my skepticism still intact, and haven’t yet watched the rest (will I change my mind when I have?).

    It’s a film that expects a lot from its viewers, putting forth a number of (to me) unbelievable propositions, such as … we’ve been visited by space aliens, free energy creation (and thus propulsion) is real (never mind about the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics), this free energy technology has been violently suppressed by a worldwide corporate conspiracy, crop circles are meaningful communications to us, likely from extraterrestrial beings, all free energy systems are based on a universal code (or pattern) resembling a torus … etc.

    The production values of this film are very high, and watching much of it is like like experiencing beautiful poetry.

    The fundamental theme of the film — that, as beings, we are meant not just to survive, but to thrive — is very hopeful and appealing, a proposition which I accept as true even as I reject the dubious “science.”

  2. Anna Haynes says:

    Thanks for doing this, Don.

    So – how do we go about making a community nexus for envisioning our future, one that embraces science & technology?

  3. Anna Haynes says:

    (our local Makers – the Curious Forge, on Facebook – should be part of it)

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