|Directed by||Donna Read|
|Produced by||Margaret Pettigrew
Studio D, National Film Board of Canada
|Music by||Loreena McKennitt|
|Distributed by||National Film Board of Canada|
|Running time||54 min., 29 sec.|
|Women and Spirituality Trilogy|
Goddess Remembered is a 1989 Canadian documentary on the Goddess movement and feminist theories surrounding Goddess worship in Old European culture according to Marija Gimbutas, and Merlin Stone's When God Was a Woman.
This poetic documentary is a salute to 35 000 years of "pre-history," to the values of ancestors only recently remembered, and to the goddess-worshipping religions of the ancient past. Goddess Remembered features Merlin Stone, Carol Christ, Luisah Teish, Starhawk, Charlene Spretnak, and Jean Bolen, who link the loss of goddess-centred societies with today's environmental crisis. They propose a return to the belief in an interconnected life system, with respect for the earth and the female, as fundamental to our survival.
The main theme of the film, composed by Loreena McKennitt, was released as the track "Ancient Pines" on her album 'Parallel Dreams'.
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