Soul Sanctuary

Soul Sanctuary To Play at Compassion Film Festival

Soul Sanctuary, our film with the recovery community at Beit T’Shuvah, was just selected to play at the Compassion Film Festival.  This year’s theme is The Power of We! Our film is really about connection and community so being able to spread the message of finding meaning and purpose in dark times is a theme that will always be timely. Continue reading Soul Sanctuary To Play at Compassion Film Festival

Come see Soul Sanctuary Santa Barbara Jewish Film Festival March 15th

Come see our amazing film Soul Sanctuary at the Santa Barbara Jewish Film Festival. It tells the story of transformational healing through the eyes of Rabbi Mark and his wife Harriet. Their message is punctuated by the most inspirational choral music. A must see!!! Sunday March 15th…short film section 4-7 p.m. Continue reading Come see Soul Sanctuary Santa Barbara Jewish Film Festival March 15th

Stand Down Overview (2019)

This is a clip from recent footage for the yet to be released trailer of the 30 minute documentary . This three day event includes 3,000 volunteers, 175 service providers and invites 800+ homeless Veterans to find a way forward. Called from Darkness is a six-part documentary series that explores the spiritual dimensions of addiction recovery with an emphasis of finding community and recovering one’s … Continue reading Stand Down Overview (2019)

Soul Sanctuary (Film Trailer)

At a synagogue in West Los Angeles there is a treatment center, Beit T’Shuvah that approaches addiction as a spiritual malady. Beit T’Shuvah is a unique community empowering individuals and families to live meaningful lives through spirituality, psychotherapy, the 12-Steps, and Jewish teachings. Harriett Rosetto, the founder, has discovered joy in her mission, “People come in hopeless and filled with self-hatred. Our goal is to … Continue reading Soul Sanctuary (Film Trailer)

Homeboy Joy Ride (film trailer)

Home Boy Industries in East L.A. is the living model of community and transformation. The whole community is on a Joy Ride – a Homeboy Joy Ride. Father Greg Boyle, S.J., founder of the Homeboy community reminds us, “We want to create a community of tenderness because the highest form of spiritual maturity is tenderness so if love is the answer community is the context. Continue reading Homeboy Joy Ride (film trailer)