The Sedona International Film Festival Presents Special Screenings/Director Q&A Of “The Principle” April 10th & 11th
The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present the Northern Arizona premiere of “The Principle” — a new film that addresses one of the most heated debates of our time: Our place in the cosmos. The film’s director, Katheryne KTEE Thomas will be in Sedona to host the film and have a Q&A discussion with the audience after all four screenings. The film will show April 10-11 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
What if everything you think you know about our Universe is wrong? Are we significant or just a cosmic accident? Does new evidence reveal the largest structures in the observable Cosmos to be aligned with Earth or are we, as Carl Sagan asserts, random and insignificant? A new controversial documentary film THE PRINCIPLE reveals astounding new evidence impacting a question that has been debated by scientists and theologians for centuries; who are we, why are we here and do we have unique place in the cosmos? Are we simply one of millions of worlds teeming with life? Are we alone? Is there a divine architect or are we a freak cosmological accident?
“A lively, colorfully illustrated primer and brief history of Cosmology from Ptolemy to Einstein.”
– Los Angeles Times Movie Review
“The Principle… presents very compelling evidence and,
ultimately, makes you feel happier to be living on Earth…”
– New York City Movie Guru
“The Principle presents multiple points of view in a visually stunning and exciting way and it did what a good documentary should do. It left me in awe and while it gave me answers, inspired me to dig deeper into what I know about this wonderful world we live in.” – Betsy Chasse (Co-Creator, Writer, Director and Producer “What the Bleep Do We Know?!”)