|Directed by||Velcrow Ripper|
|Release date(s)||September 14, 2004 (Canada)|
Scared Sacred is an independent film produced in 2004 and released in 2006 by director Velcrow Ripper.
Scared Sacred is an award winning feature length documentary that takes viewers to many of the places in the world that have experienced great suffering in recent years including Bhopal, Hiroshima, Israel and Palestine. The film portrays Ripper's own search for meaning, and communicates stories of hope in spite of oppression.
A second film by Velcrow Ripper, Fierce Light builds on where Scared Sacred ends. Fierce Light is about spiritual activists.
- "Scared Sacred". NFB collections page. Retrieved 2009-03-30.
- Scared Sacred at the Internet Movie Database
- Official Page
- Watch Scared Sacred at NFB.ca
- Scared Sacred, an interview with ascent magazine.
- Velcrow Ripper on "Scared Sacred" (Video interview from Capturing Reality: The Art of Documentary)
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