Reimagine: Life, Loss, & Love

To The Muse: Living Narrative Film + Q&A with Filmmakers

Hosted by To The Muse
To The Muse: Living Narrative Film + Q&A with Filmmakers

Friday, May 22

5:00pm-6:00pm PDT

This is a digital event. You should receive information in your ticket or from the host about how to join online.

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Journey with a young Cuban musician as he seeks forgiveness in order to find his creative muse in this 16-minute short indie film. Stick around after for a Q&A with filmmakers.

To The Muse is a 16-minute short film shot in Cuba and screened internationally at a variety of film festivals. Created by a group of friends who believe that shared human emotions transcend cultural boundaries and allow us to tell a story that expresses the possibility of hope. Bound by fear and led by the whisper of his muse, a young Cuban musician discovers the power of forgiveness as the key to his creative freedom. In order to forgive, he must venture on a sobering journey of self-discovery, exploring the pain of broken relationships, the loss of loved ones, and the fear of an uncertain and changing future.

After watching the film, join film makers for a Live Q&A hosted on FB and IG Live. Once registered to attend, you will be emailed a password to use on Vimeo to access the password-guarded film 15 minutes before scheduled screening time. Q&A will take place 20 minutes after scheduled screening time start.

*Password for film will be disabled shortly after screening time, so don't be late!


Film Talk, Panel, & Conversation