Monday night’s interview with Isadora Gabrielle Leidenfrost is now posted. Mark your calendars for July 21 and the screening of the Red Tent Documentary!
Join Leslie Carol Botha and filmmaker Isadora Gabrielle Leidenfrost, PhD on Monday, July 8 when they discuss the release of her documentary, “Things We Don’t Talk About – Women’s Stories from the Red Tent”. Dr. Leidenfrost will be in Fort Collins on Sunday, July 21 to discuss and screen her film. The sacred event will take place at the Whole Life Center for Spiritual Healing at 2020 S. College Ave. Suite C-1 at 6 pm. The film will be shown under a Red Tent that we will create in the sanctuary. Women of all ages are welcome to join us. Call 970-443-7052 for more information. Cost is $15.
The interview will be audio streamed on KRFC FM Fort Collins at 6 pm MDT.
Things We Don’t Talk About is a groundbreaking feature length documentary that shows how the Red Tent, a red fabric space is empowering women. The film documents the things women hide, the things that bring them pain and joy, and for many it is a place to be honest for the first time in their life. “Things We Don’t Talk About” seeks to humanize the stories in the red tent—to put a face on the space.
Isadora Gabrielle Leidenfrost is trained as both a filmmaker and as a textile historian. She holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, and a Masters from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she is also currently pursuing her Ph.D. In addition to her educational experience, Isadora has owned and operated Soulful Media, her film production company since 2004 and has produced 12 films since she began. Isadora continues to be inspired by international travel and many of her films have led her to live in and travel in more than 18 countries.
“Things We Don’t Talk About” documents the stories of women reclaiming their sacredness, their truth and their voice as changers in the world. We are in a new era of history – the healing of ourselves and our planet will come from the women. This movie chronicles the voices of The Red Tent movement, one that is sweeping the world and signals the clarion call to all who envision a world built around cooperation rather than competition. A world we want to leave for our children, their children and stretching far into the future.
“Things We Don’t Talk About” shows Red Tent’s around the nation gifting women with an opportunity to remember, to listen, to know, and to discover what needs to be brought to our communities to help reawaken their voices. Bringing a Red Tent to a community is a cooperative effort. Women who participate in the Red Tent contribute in a variety of ways. Some design and assemble the Red Tent. Some make the food. Some are the shoulders to cry on. Others provide the financial backing that allows the experiences to continue. All give so that all will receive.