August 12, 2015 @ 7:00 pm
Kingsway Theatre
3030 Bloor Street West
Etobicoke, ON M8X
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Specticast / Michael Lanfield

Unity will be playing at Kingsway Theatre in Etobicoke, ON (Canada). For worldwide locations visit http://www.specticast.com/en/titles/unity

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Wednesday August 12, 2015 at 7pm
Thursday August 13, 2015 a 7pm


Kingsway Theatre
(Bloor and Royal York Road)
Right next to the Royal York Subway Station – Taxi stand at the station
3030 Bloor Street West
Toronto, Ontario
M8X 1C4
Film Line – 416 -232 -1939

Green P lot – street parking – side street parking

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UNITY is a new film from the writer and director of EARTHLINGS, and features an unprecedented cast of 100 celebrity narrators. It is a documentary about why we can’t seem to get along with each other, even after thousands and thousands of years. UNITY will be released worldwide on August 12, 2015.

Seven years in the making, UNITY is a new documentary that explores humanity’s hopeful transformation from living-by-killing into living-by-loving. It is a unique film about compassion for all beings, or all “expressions of life”, going beyond all “separation based on form”, and beyond perceiving opposites. Writer/Director Shaun Monson, collaborating with an astounding cast of 100 celebrity narrators (never before gathered in the history of filmmaking), presents a message of love, tragedy and hope, all set against the backdrop of some of the most compelling 20th and 21st Century footage imaginable.

Presented in chapters, (like its predecessor EARTHLINGS) UNITY takes an in-depth look at what it truly means to be human, to be mortal, and to be incarnate in this world. The film explores our brief existence among the Cosmos (Chapter I), then moves on to the perceptions of our Mind (Chapter II), the nature of our Body (Chapter III), the infinite capacity of our Heart (Chapter IV), and ultimately to the mysterious energy of the Soul (Chapter V). Initially, these chapters will appear unrelated to each other. But as the film progresses it becomes clear that all life is interconnected, and each chapter represents the totality of our mortal experience, which is only measured in decades.

With a cast of 100 voices all speaking as one voice, UNITY is a genuine cinematic experience unlike any other.