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"SWAY’s visionary paintings link internal emotional and cognitive systems with 

external cultural realities and explore new patterns for understanding human nature."

 

Phillip Romero MD, Psychiatrist, NYC

 

S Y N O P S I S                                . 


" FILM to me is a form of multilayered painting in which all limitations of one media die into the next..." JEANNE

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A r t    S e e n    T h r o u g h    T h e    S p i r i t    O f    S o u l    



  

L e o n a r d   B e r n s t e i n   “Art cannot change events, but it may affect people so that they are changed… because people are changed by Art – enriched, ennobled, encouraged – they then act in a way that may affect the course of events by the way they vote, behave, and think. 


 “..We're only guests here..

Trespassing beyond physical boundaries as human souls,

reflecting relevant truths about the universal puzzle of our Unity

SWAY / J e a n n e   R i c k e t t s

 

 

SYNOPSIS

TRAPPED IN FREEDOM

is a 13 min auto-portrayal short film written, performed and produced by SWAY as Jeanne Ricketts between the 12.12.12 and now,

on what drives her art-life from a holistic & psychic perspective since childhood, and from the early 90ies onwards.

This Short Film is to be shown (exclusively) in Museums & Galleries together with it's original paintings.


FILMED & EDITED in Neuilly sur Seine by FRANZ FOX KENNEDY [FFK]


MUSIC  

2.“Untethered Love” all rights reserved by courtesy of FFK (Paris) 

1. “Lost Waltz” &  3. “Camel Train” all rights reserved by courtesy of JOHN WENTZ & EIJU (Monaco)


TESTIMONIAL VOICE on the Arab Spring by JAN  FRYDMAN , Attorney at Law and former Senior EC Official.


REVIEWED by CLAUDE GRUNITZKY Journalist, entrepreneur and editor-in-chief of the lifestyle publication TRACE, an international fashion and music title, and co-founder of the TRACE TV network. He runs TRUE, a transcultural think-tank and consultancy through a strategic partnership with leading network TBWA \ Worldwide, and is often involved in organizing international cultural exhibitions and events.




TRAPPED IN FREEDOM

is a retrospective of Ricketts’ works, blending her performing dialogue and poetry on soul-journey, interior locutions reflecting our times via art, sound and vision. The purpose behind this performance, was to witness that raw, immeasurable dimension of non-commercial art, via what was experienced with blind trust, in the midst of turmoils along Jeanne’s somewhat mysterious art-path; an uncommon revelation of a series of world affairs mirrored ahead through art’s spirit, on Monaco ground. - 

FRANZ FOX KENNEDY - Film producer at Universoulvision LLC, Music Composer, Pianist, Fashion Photographer in Paris-Neuilly.

 


OBJECTIVES
We are in the process of giving the possibility of patronizing this piece, as this short-film is not for sale. 
We would like to meet with private individuals, companies and/or arrange an agency tie-up which will help promote this short film on a non-commercial basis. 


We shall be screening exclusively for patrons, galleries, museums & curators, as selling the film would remove the credibility of our message. However the message will be immensely emphasized by being promoted by private individuals, companies and/ or our proposed agency tie-up. 

LONG TERM 
- Any production house could use it before specific movies which are screening. 
- Any private individual / company could benefit from it by opening up a topic or associate their lives to deeper purpose. 
- It's also Museum & Gallery material to be screened together with some of the art-pieces mentioned in the film.

For any inquiries regarding the 13 minutes version please contact us on: [email protected]




TRAPPED IN FREEDOM represents so far our 1st Artpilgrims –“fruit”. We look forward to many more Art-driven Legends to shoot, edit & share exclusively via artpilgrims.net, Museums & Galleries.

                                                                                                            -  All Rights Reserved by Jeanne Ricketts  -



"L I T T L E    C H R O N O L O G I C A L    P R E V I E W"