Inspirare Theatre NFP
Inspirare Theatre NFP
Would you like to own a season of short fairy tale film adaptations for adults? These dream-like shorts can offer laughter, solace, and insights into perennial wisdom. They can be useful for group discussions. Filmmaker Laura is available to meet with your group and discuss her films.
I've had two passions in my life – psychology and theatre. Years ago I was enrolled in the Transpersonal Psychology Counseling graduate program at John F. Kennedy University. I loved my studies but the Muse won out. I eventually switched to a Masters, then Phd program in Drama.
While I have many different stop motion short films, I continue to favor folk and fairy tales. I’ve studied the work of Marie Louise Von Franz for decades and know that these tales offer perennial wisdom and healing. Von Franz's penetrating insights continue to influence my approaches to these stories.
Like dreams, these films can be explored for multiple meanings related to Jung’s work. These films will yield deeper insights with multiple viewings
I just published a kindle companion for groups that do retreats or book clubs looking for spiritual content. Most of the material I offered in some workshops I did with fairy tales at the Theosophical society, a group called "Burning Bush" and other groups. If you're the type to leave Amazon reviews, please do as this book is new and I could really use them!
Laura Lewis-Barr has worked as a playwright, freelance director, and theatre professor for over 15 years. After her play, Cloistered Honey, was made into a low budget film, Laura began making independent short films. Laura’s stop motion shorts have been screened at festivals around the country.
Five short award-winning films filled with heart and questions for the soul.
They follow our stop motion learning curve and are delightfully scrappy.
These films are fantastic for both children and adults.
You can view my fairy tale series and and some other early films here.
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Thank you for supporting independent filmmaking!