In a world increasingly polarized by religious conflicts and violence, Sound of the Soul
is a timely and profound journey of understanding and hope.
The film presents a vivid portrait of Fez, Morocco, an historically open-minded and tolerant Arab city, with its annual Fez Festival of World Music. This unusual event invites Muslim, Christian and Jewish men and women from around the world to share their varied spiritual traditions through musical performances at the city's historic sites.Sound of the Soul
captures the multi-faceted nature of this extraordinary celebration by deftly weaving together vibrant concert footage with insightful commentary from musicians and an international symposium of philosophers, scientists and spiritual leaders.
An ideal tool for any classroom or study group looking to further explore the issues of globalization, comparative cultures or religious tolerance. Also a valuable addition to any library, this comprehensive product can also be used to supplement coursework on topics ranging from world music to sociology to African studies.SPECIAL EDITION
This Special Edition DVD includes additional music performances, interviews with political and spiritual leaders on globalization, and interfaith discussions from Fez and the Tribeca Film Festival. Bonus Features include an introduction to World Music, a visual tour of Fez and the Moroccan landscape, and reactions from the festival audience. ROM features include links and documents on world music, interfaith engagement, travel to Fez, and personal transformation and experience.
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