Dharma Dog Pictures
Bruce Weaver has many early memories of a favorite uncle who traveled the world seeking treasure in exotic lands. Nomadic, he roamed the world, and each time he'd return home he would leave Bruce with vivid, intoxicating impressions, the way the National Geographics' he left behind like a calling-card did. The uncle vanished into thin air one day, never to be heard from again.
Now in his forties, Bruce has wandered the globe not unlike his mysterious uncle did, in search of treasures. Distinct from his uncle however, Bruce has sought the treasures of the heart, those that reveal our deepest purpose, searching out sacred teachings, mystics, elders, and primitive peoples living close to the natural world. Call it good fortune, karma or luck, Bruce has meet many spiritual teachers from a wide variety of traditions, each of whom have been the source of both guidance, and great inspiration. Today, these meetings with remarkable men inform his activities, yet always, Mother Earth and her organic rythms, filled with profound wisdom the muse that inspires awe, and passion in his work.
Bruce Weaver is a new cinema pioneer, and motion visual designer. He has produced and directed a variety of diverse DVD productions for independent bands, and prototype Internet TV series.
Bruce is currently working on his own independent feature documentary entitled; "Dance with Destiny ." The documentary examines the future of our planet, and society, from the viewpoint of prophetic messages from indigenous peoples, and other contemporary "seers," who foretell of a time of great change.
Bruce produced and developed the Ecohood VideoBlog project, to help promote the Ecohood, an urban renewal project by Andrew Millison Host of the show, EARTH CURRENT a prototype sustainable roadshow series created by both Bruce and Andrew.
Bruce is a graduate of Vancouver Film School, where he attended on a full scholarship after being awarded first-place in a scholarship competition.
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