As humans we come in with a set of goals, targets, people that we will meet. Like the way you start a new job. The same applies. Two artists wanted to use film as their method of using to explain the process of growth in various therapies. The title of this documentary is Art Is Time. What an great title because like the cycles of mother nature where winter turns into spring. The same applies to the human body, mind and soul. We grow at a slower pace than mother nature.
What if you could go and explore all types of therapies and understand your true mind, body and soul. At the end of the day we aren’t perfect but we grind through all the errors to make us be perfect in our own way. We are all living in the world of the matrix. Where everybody has an addiction, problem ticks and other mind/body issues. To understand them and explore the inner workings of them is quite special. As well to use the ancient, modern and mystical tools to dig deeper into the character of that person.
Katy is a Brooklyn based filmmaker that received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Transmedia from the University of Texas at Austin and has always seen herself as a multidisciplinary artist. Her first short films were screened at the Dallas Video Fest, SXSW, and more recently, the Red Hook International Film & Video Fest, the International Film Festival of Cinematic Arts, and the Radar International Independent Film Fest. She contributes to music video projects, web series and documentary films in any way she can, whether it be producing, placing music, writing, behind the camera, editing or animation and graphics. She and her husband Joel formed Things Are Changing Productions for “seekers of conscious media”. Their first feature documentary film, ‘Time is Art’ has been screened in theaters all over the world and was an official selection 2015 Chicago Blow-