The recently launched video for Fire of the Goddess
Katalin Koda has been exploring earth stories, women’s mysteries and the mythic expression of our world for over seventeen years. She is an author, shamanic healer, intuitive, ceremonialist, poet, artist and mother. Katalin is the co-founder of Fire of the Goddess Retreats which celebrate the power, love and wisdom of the divine feminine. Based on her book Fire of the Goddess: Nine Paths to Ignite the Sacred Feminine she aims to make the divine feminine accessible to women and men of all walks of life.
Most notably, Puna’s Paradigm: Bridging Heaven to Earth is truly shaping into quite a nice (long) Short Documentary. we are at 40 minutes total running time (TRT) and Ive included here a 3 minute TRAILER for the movie.
I am currently looking for a digital animator and somebody capable to mix and master the soundtrack… and then lets submit to SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL ! and more!
Please contact me through this website if interested.
We are in full swing post production phase of a short documentary film, with shifting titles…
Gift Culture, Bridging Heaven to Earth, Puna’s Paradigm are all tentative titles for this 36 minute documentary film about connecting to our communities and understanding divine participation in creating our new world. The 12.12.12 festival takes place in Puna, on the Big Island of Hawaii, and is a 10 day festival beginning on December 12, 2012 and culminating on the ever anticipated December 21, 2012 winter solstice. The Maya people as well as many other indigenous cultures, including the Hawaiian culture, share certain prophecies about this time we are in now, a true paradigm shift of the world we thought we knew. This documentary serves to highlight the specific community in Puna, Hawaii, to show an example of how to be fully activated and alive together in this new world we are cocreating. Festivals are training grounds for us to share and learn together, in celebration, ceremony, healing, and play. We are the ones we have been waiting for, say our Hopi Native American elders, and there are threads that connect all cultures to Hawaii and the world. Leading the way in sustainable living in harmony with each other and the natural world, the community members of Puna, Hawaii, share the wisdom of the Aloha spirit, within us all.
Welcome to From the Void Productions! I am Mika Kiburz, a Documentary filmmaker, originally from Chicago, and transplanted around the world. I now call Puna, Big Island of Hawaii HOME.
My work explores the complexities of the human condition within their environments. I have been making non fiction films and videos for 10 years, and the topics range from environmental activism, human rights, histories and dimensions of feminism and goddess culture, sexuality in folklore, whimsical wonder, circus arts and child development, and the chase to achieve immortality through preservation, among others.
Language is the structure we use to create and communicate our visions, in order to clearly produce our collective realities. I see audio visual production as a new system of language with many tools, with existing structures, and not yet existing structures. From The Void Production’s work is driven to find where light, time, consciousness, love and healing intersect through this story telling, and by all means not limited to our already established idea of story.