In 2013, filmmaker Lorís Simón Salum created a film, Ensoulment, that surveyed the Jungian principle of the feminine in Western culture through renowned experts from numerous fields of study.
One of the explored areas was romantic relationships, the projections involved, and the underlying assumptions that potentially turn them into fairy tales or epic failures. Either it be online dating, movies or real life interactions, we are all influenced at some point from an outside view of what love and marriage means. In this webinar, Lorís will play excerpts of her film as well as behind-the-scene interviews that speak to the underlying problem in this generation’s perception of romantic relationships. Join us for an in-depth inquiry into one particular aspect of this wonderful film....Relationships.
About Lorís Simón Salum
Lorís Simón Salum graduated from Rice University in Houston, TX with a BS in Psychology. In 2013 she released her the award-winning documentary, Ensoulment: A Diverse Analysis of the Feminine in Western Culture.
Lorís is currently the Creative Director of Literal Magazine, Latin American Voices, and founder and director of Literal's first short film competition, Literally Short Film Awards.
The times listed for this free webinar are Central European Times. Click here for a Time Zone Converter to find out when it takes place in your time zone.
Note: You must register for this event with Stillpoint Spaces to attend