A powerfully poetic love song for our troubled times
Enter a world of transcendence in AMA’ARA – The SONG of the WHALES. Spiritual singer and healer Marina Trost follows her calling to cross oceans to save the whales and create a new, loving relationship between humans and these majestic beings. Through channeled music and mesmerizing cinematography, we feel Marina’s passion and how she connects intuitively to the whales’ beauty and majesty. Spirituality, sacred song, and healing flow beyond time and space. In this cinematic meditation, we uncover song as a vehicle to our own transcendence.
The story of
a courageous woman who, despite all the challenges, follows her heart's desire to sing with whales.
"Epically amazing visuals that
draw you into a space of meditation. I will never forget the dance of the humpback whales accompanied by the beautiful voice and song of Marina - magical!"
- Deva Premal, GRAMMY® nominated singer
THEY SAY ABOUT THE FILM
"THE WHOLE FILM GIVES HOPE FOR DEEP CONNECTION."
"I hope Ama'ara goes as deep into everyone's heart as it does in mine. It is good and reassuring to know that there are also people who feel this deep connection to everyone on earth and try to find a way to express it, to get in touch. The whole film gives hope."
"A PROFOUND MASTERPIECE OF MEDITATIVE CINEMA"
CONGRATULATIONS on finishing this beautiful masterpiece. It really is important to stick to your vision, regardless what others might say. And now that we’ve seen the film, it’s clear that you made the right decision! We are sure that this film will go down in history as a profound masterpiece of meditative cinema."
"YOU HAVE CREATED SOMETHING VERY VERY SACRED."
"I was so excited that I have immediately screened. What can I say... You have created something very very sacred, truely sacred. The energy made my whole body vibrate. I'm still letting it sink in. Incredible the story you are telling."
"ABUNDANCE OF MUSIC AND IMAGES WHICH QUIETLY MOVE THE HEART."
"What a film! Actually, the word 'film' doesn't fit at all. It is rather a musical painting. Again and again you want to dive into this abundance of music and images. Quietly and stirringly they flow by and move the heart. And with it the world."