Bethel Cinema and Cadiz Partner With HVCA to Present “The Sacred Science”

Bethel Cinema and Cadiz Partner With HVCA to Present “The Sacred Science”

The following was sent in by the Housatonic Valley Cultural Alliance–


Danbury, CT -Housatonic Valley Cultural Alliance is proud to partner with the Bethel Cinema and Cadiz to present The Sacred Science, directed by local filmmakers from Brookfield, CT Dan Bailey and Nick Polizzi on May 8, 2012 at 6:30pm. Special guests include First Selectman, Matt Knickerbocker and Dan Bailey, who will be available for a Q & A immediately following the film.

Witness the story of eight brave souls as they leave the developed world behind in search of deeper answers. Living in seclusion in the heart of the Amazon jungle, these men and women take part in the powerful healing practices of Peru’s indigenous medicine men, working with centuries-old plant remedies and spiritual disciplines. In their most desperate hour, these patients are forced to confront not only their physical ailments, but their own spiritual and psychological barriers in the process. Five will return with real results, two will return disappointed, and one won’t come back at all.

The event begins with a private reception for guests in the large theater with food and wine provided by Cadiz. Proceeds will benefit HVCA – a wonderful community organization that works tirelessly to support the local cultural arts community!

We have tickets to giveaway! Tune into i95fm this week at 95.1 fm and win 2 tickets for the May 8th film. Tickets were donated by Danbury Fair.

Interested in seeing the movie and donating to Housatonic Valley Cultural Alliance– log on to

According to Dan Bailey, “I want viewers to leave the theater with a greater appreciation for these ancient tribes and the knowledge they have to offer us, not just as a history lesson but as relevant, applicable technology that can save lives and better our communities here in the west.”

Lisa Scails, Executive Director of HVCA says, “We’re thrilled about this film this year.” “We always love the opportunity to celebrate local talent. Both the subject matter and quality of this film is very compelling. The Bethel Cinema is a wonderful way to enjoy an evening out and to celebrate the work we’re doing too.”

The Housatonic Valley Cultural Alliance is a regional arts organization in Western Connecticut serving Bethel, Bridgewater, Brookfield, Danbury, New Fairfield, New Milford, Newtown, Redding, Ridgefield and Sherman. Our goal is to significantly leverage creative resources in Art, Culture and History to energize our economy and improve overall quality of life.

HVCA is supported by organizations and people who believe in the power of arts and culture to make our world a better place. HVCA does the behind-the-scenes work that helps nonprofit cultural organizations,

HVCA / 39 West Street, Danbury, CT 06810 / 203.798.0760 / 1 Bethel, Bridgewater, Brookfield, Danbury, New Fairfield, New Milford, Newtown, Redding, Ridgefield, Shermancreative businesses, and artists do what they do best: create great art, celebrate our cultural richness, and seek public and private partnerships.

Services benefit business and the general public with better coordination of events and attractions and greater access to cultural resources to meet the needs of the larger community. Among the benefits to the general public includes an online regional calendar of events that is maintained with well over 3000 events of things to do and places to go within 30 miles of the surrounding area. HVCA offers an online Cultural Directory which provides real-time access to professionals and organizations in the arts & cultural industries with contact information links to websites, etc.

For more information about HVCA, visit or call 203.798.0760



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