WORD, BEAR MOTHER Home Page
This feature-length dramatic film is
based on a true story of a woman's journey to healing.
It is a tale of the loss of wild nature, and the threatened
disappearance of the wild grizzly bear. It is also a testament
to the power of imagination to heal.
WORD BEAR MOTHER has won the Best Docudrama award
from the New York International Independent Film
and Video Festival. It also won an award for creative
excellence from the Earthvision Environmental
Film and Video Festival.
that you are running across a meadow, as fast as you
can, trying to keep up with a 1,000 pound grizzly bear
mother. Of course, she pulls way out in front of you,
because she can run up to 35 miles an hour. Her golden
auburn fur glints in the sun, and you are feeling as
alive as you've ever felt in your life, and very healthy.
In SEND WORD, BEAR MOTHER , the movie profiled at this
website, a Woman takes a healing journey with a grizzly
bear mother spirit guide --- running with her in imagination
and in reality.
this website, you can get to know this movie, view
some photos from the movie, view production stills from
the work with the golden grizzly bears who acted in
the movie, find out about the staff, cast and crew who
worked on the movie, and even preview a part of the
movie right here online, for a small fee. You can also
order VHS copies of the movie online, by clicking on
our order form page. When you purchase the video, a
study guide is included, which focuses on healing and
the imagination, which can be used by healing practitioners
and by those who are interested in a serious journey
to healing. You can also find links that will be relevant
to your particular focus, from the worlds of ecology,
wildlife protection and preservation, women's health,
environment and health, imagery and healing, and more...
what a few people have said about the movie:
"This is a deeply significant personal journey that has great
meaning for individual women and for the planet..."
Jean Shinoda Bolen, Author and Jungian Psychoanalyst
"...a stunning film of Medicine Bear
from a mainstream cultural perspective..."
Stephen Stringham, Bear Communication Research Program
"..A very well executed, artistic and
inspiring film, moving us to take other species and our connection
with them seriously."
Mike Vandeman, Wildlife Chair, Sierra Club Bay Area Chapter
Contact the Producer,
Crown Sephira Productions:
P.O. Box 2068, Mill Valley, California, 94942