Experimental Short Film by Sylvia Love Johnson.
A writer recalls an encounter with her love interest. The feelings evoked lead her to remember a chapter in her childhood when she was cast a love spell. Meanwhile, she writes a new story about the magic bond of five chosen girls with a higher purpose. The girls will cast a spell during a full moon night to affect humanity’s heart while we dream, which would start and result in A Love Revolution.
Check the electronic press kit here.
A writer recalls an encounter with her love interest. The feelings evoked lead her to remember a chapter in her childhood when she was cast a love spell. Meanwhile, she writes a new story about the magic bond of five chosen girls with a higher purpose. The girls will cast a spell, during a full moon night, to affect humanity’s heart while we dream. Check the electronic press kit here.
An Experimental Adventure for a Love Revolution
This Experimental short film uses narrative, poetry, music, lyrics, thought and passion with the creative freedom to recreate a day in Sirima’s life. Sirima is one of the characters from the Novel “Selene Hekate, Mystic Dream”, by Sylvia Love Johnson. Sirima is one of five women who feel aimless and lost in all life affairs. They share a past, a childhood, a story with a tragic end. The five have carried this burden from their childhood and have been emotionally crippled in each in different ways yet their suffering makes reference to love. The fragmented narrative style was conceived with the suggestive picture of the process of creation through creative thought passion and dreams having love as the spurring engine of all creative outlet. The writer transforms her feelings into devotion for a higher form of love. The She Moon Song takes us through the thought pattern of a brand new story the writer creates from the starting point of five young girls meeting in the forest with a divine purpose at hand.
Sylvia Love Johnson
Spanish British, Sylvia Love Johnson was born in Valencia and raised in the Canary Islands. Sylvia’s father Fernando Carlos Johnson Johnson, an Expert in International Relations, and Teacher and her mother Leonarda Maria Nepi Batapa, Human Rights Activist and Nurse. MA in Film Making London, 2011 – BA in Acting, 1999 BTEC National Diploma in Performing Arts 1996 Founder and Director of the Dramatic Arts Academy School of Theatre in Spain. Author of the Novel Selene Hekate, Mystic Dream. Journalist in the Arts and Education Sectors during 1996 and 2011. Actress with credits in Theatre and Cinema. Drama and English Teacher 2001- 2010. Filmmaker and Producer at Inner Vision Picture
True work of fine art !! Well done! Thanx for sharing Matt Desimone
Very cool! Keep up the great work. I would love to share with you in regards to our work, poetry. I do prose and putting something like that background video and melody, it would be amazing brought to life. It;s very personal to me. I would love to see it come to life. ( I am a writer and we have similar interests. I can see the art, the beauty in your work. I am so happy to see that you have blossomed. Blessed Be. Shelli Buhr
Suggestive and beautiful…Per Bohlin
“Good artwork. I like it very much. Music, lyrics and pictures are in one mood, one wave. The feeling of innocence flows through the whole film…”
“As per my message, a lovely moment of Zen to start the day. Thank you!” A wonderful moment of Zen with which to start my day- thank you, Sylvia, for this intriguing short film. All the best”, John B. Gately
wow! Fantastic, wonderful, splendid, I liked it very much, congratulations. hugs. Greetings from Brazil. José Pompeu
“Very profound. Chant of spiritual unknown awaken. Beautifully made. Although Pageant like worship.”I really like this piece/peace….the metaphor and vocalisations are very nice. I love the militant cadence….like women marching to the beat of a new world. Thanks.” Amy
“I´m deeply impressed. This short film is magic. It lives from camera positions, the cut and the music. Made alive by the actresses. Thanks for that Sylvia. I will share this film with my friends. A really wonderful piece of film art. When I start to watch the film it impacted me in after seconds. And released me with the last word and fading music. I love the music with your lyrics. MAGIC! My vote: 11 points of 10 Martin Kwabena Schulz
Truly a splendid and very inspirational short film Sylvia, I am truly very impressed, keep up the great work xx God Bless you. with my very best wishes to you for always Neill Chisel
I have watched your film, it is very magical. I have read your synopsis of the film so I know that my thoughts are not one in one with your intentions. But still, I felt thrown watching the film that this woman was been put down by her friend saying she is not ready for love. I think it is a universal feeling, we have all been there and will encounter it again. and this dream she is having of these girls is there to reassure her confidence in herself and in love. I think the outcome is enchanting! A true woman’s work. I had this thought that I wish I had a dream like that to reassure myself, and then I realized that is exactly what you film is.. a dreamy boost of confidence to another woman in similar situations. 🙂 there is also some very beautiful photography in the film.
The more I view your remarkable work, Sylvia, the more I love and respect you, your work is truly amazing and I am very proud of you, please keep up with your fine work as I truly like all you do XXXX Neil J. Chisel
fantastic and a beautiful voice! Willy Sandhoefer
beautiful Caroline Suominen
Truly a splendid and very inspirational short film Sylvia, I am truly very impressed, keep up the great work xx god Bless you with my very best wishes to you for always Neil J. Chisnall
Awesome… A really sensitive and emotional movie I love it Martin Digg