Spiritual Films

Films that are considered to have a spiritual meaning or theme.

What the Bleep Do We Know!?

What the Bleep Do We Know!?’ is a film combining the styles of documentary films, animation and fiction to present scientific and spiritual ideas.  The film covers the topics of spirituality, neurology, psychology, quantum physics, metaphysics and ontology.


A fictional story line, computer animation and discussion are used to present an idea of the universe and the human life within it.  The film features the story of a deaf photographer as she deals with her past, but also featured are interviews with PhDs in spirituality and science.  Principles are acted out using computer animation.Read more >>>

Waking Life

Waking Life is an experimental film shot using a digital camera, and then animation effects are applied to give the final film a semi-animated feel. The technique is often compared to the rotoscope style of 1970’s filmmaker Ralph Bakshi.


The film has a script, plot and actors, but touches on many philosophical elements, reality, free will, relationships and ultimately the meaning of life. The story follows a man whilst he is dreaming. Dialogue is often the key element in scenes.


The semi-animated style was achieved by artists using “off the shelf” Macintosh computers to draw lines, colors and shapes over the film footage. Effects where then applied. This gives the effect of a highly polished animated film, or a strangely shot film. The effect is intended to provide the concept that the character is dreaming.

Akira Kurosawa's Dreams

Akira Kurosawa's Dreams is a series of short stories and parables based upon actual dreams of director Akira Kurosawa. Produced partly by George Lucas and Stephen Spielberg, Dreams offers a thrilling journey of outstanding cinematography and audio to support. The series relies more on imagery than dialogue to convey the story or theme.


Whilst each of the eight stories are separate, some do overlap in terms of characters and theme. Sunshine Through The Rain The Peach Orchard The Blizzard The Tunnel Crows Mount Fuji in Red The Weeping Demon Village of the WatermillsRead more >>>

Samsara Blu-Ray & DVD

Samsara Blu-ray and DVD
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