NEXT DATES: 16-21 AUGUST 2017
Man is a transitional being. And there are landmarks in our evolution. For example: If it is true that we come from the sea, there must have been a moment in our evolution where our breathing changed from water to air, a moment where the basis of our life and energy support must have made a great leap in order to make life on land possible.
The new time is challenging us in ways that we have not experienced before. It brings us to a state of asphyxia, of not-being-able-to-breathe. And it is requires a shift similar in magnitude in order to cope with it. The birth of a new man - non-judgmental, multi-sensory and with a meditative capacity - is what we call the next evolution of man: Man after Man.
This years True Man is dedicated to exploring this evolutionary theme in many facets. What is needed for our evolution and to what end? How is life forcing us to adapt? How can we anticipate the change we need to make? What can a new humanity look like and what role do we play?
16–21 August 2016
Le Martinet, South of Grenoble in the middle of the French Alps. Directed by Karta Singh from France along with Gurprakash Singh from Holland.