Savage Eden

Last updated by Darren on 03 July 2009

Savage Eden, is a proposed film by Godfrey Reggio, Philip Glass, Ron Fricke and George Meyer.  Savage Eden will be a film of "narrative and non-narritive cinema".  A combination of elements will be combined to deliver a film in a different manor to the teams previous work.

Godfrey Reggio and Ron Fricke last worked together on Koyaanisqatsi.  Whilst Philip Glass has made regular contributions to Godfrey Reggio's films.  It is interesting to hear of Godfrey Reggio and Ron Fricke involved in a project together.

still waiting :'-(!

It s sounds very interesting!

It sounds very interesting! Hardly wait to see Savage Eden!

It's so good that they make a new movie!!! When will it be released? In 2007? The savageeden-page is down at the moment..

I am making a movie along the lines of the trilogy, but at the same time completely different. I have worked hard by myself for a long time and now need help from anyone who can lend an ear. I would love to just talk with other enthusiasts, to help get me to the point of realization of my dream. I have done video, film, and photography professionally for over 8+ years, but NOW is the time to make this movie happen. IF ANYONES INTEREST IS PERKED PLEASE CONTACT ME AT 214 815 0190 OR WWW.MYSPACE.COM/JOEBIGGSPRODUCTIONS OR [email protected] Thank You

Tell us, please, in what stage is work on Savage Eden now? I haven't hear about it for a long time. (Sorry for my English)

the official site is still down and there are no new informations about this movie? what's going on?

what happened to this project?!

once again: can somebody please tell me what happened to this project? I was full of joy awaiting it and there are absolutely no news about why this movie hasn't been produced. I am very unhappy about this.

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