The Source Family (one-week run!)

 

 

In addition to Cinefamily's screenings of the film, our backyard Spanish patio will be transformed into a pop-up Source Family restaurant for the duration of the film's run, led by NYC chef Anne Apparu, and the crew at L.A.'s own Thank You For Coming!

 

During the following hours, our backyard pop-up will serve recipes both inspired by, and from the page of the original Source Restaurant on Sunset Boulevard:

 

RESTAURANT HOURS:
Friday, 5/10: 5pm – midnight
Saturday, 5/11: 12:30pm – 11:30pm
Sunday, 5/12: 12:45pm – 11:00pm
Monday, 5/13 – Thursday 5/16: 6:00pm – 11:00pm

 

A radical experiment in '70s utopian living, L.A.’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of the Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through contemporary interviews and a treasure trove of photographs, home movies and audio recordings preserved by Family documentarian/archivist Isis Aquarian. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media), written by Isis Aquarian & Electricity Aquarian, and edited by The Source co-director Jodi Wille.
Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

 

BUY TICKETS
(Opening night party: all tix $18 general/$50 VIP
Saturday 7:15pm show (w/ Ya Ho Wa 13 reunion show): all tix $25/$80 2-person couch/$120 3-person couch.
All other shows: $12/free for members. Showtimes subject to change):
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Thursday, May 9th: 8:00pm (OFF-SITE EVENT: Opening Night Party @ The Standard, West Hollywood)
Friday, May 10th: 7:15pm (filmmakers & Source Family in person!), 10:00pm (filmmakers & Source Family in person!)
Saturday, May 11th: 1:45pm, 4:15pm, 7:15pm (plus Ya Ho Wa 13 reunion show, filmmakers & Source Family in person!)
Sunday, May 12th: 2:15pm, 4:45pm, 7:15pm (filmmakers in person!), 10:00pm
Monday, May 13th: 7:30pm (filmmakers in person!), 10:10pm
Tuesday, May 14th: 7:30pm (filmmakers in person!), 10:10pm
Wednesday, May 15th: 7:30pm, 9:50pm
Thursday, May 16th: 7:20pm, 9:35pm

 

BACKYARD PATIO WORKSHOPS ($10 donation-only admission. First-come, first-served):
Saturday, May 11th – Source Family “Sacred Herb” Ritual workshop: 2:30pm
Sunday, May 12th – Source Family Rituals “playshop”: 3:00pm

 

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

 

The Source Family (5/16, 9:35pm)

A radical experiment in Seventies living!
sourcefamily5_website
5/16/2013 - 9:35PM

A radical experiment in ’70s utopian living, L.A.’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of the Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through contemporary interviews and a treasure trove of photographs, home movies and audio recordings preserved by Family documentarian/archivist Isis Aquarian. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media), written by Isis Aquarian & Electricity Aquarian, and edited by The Source co-director Jodi Wille. BONUS: post-screening premiere of Source Family-inspired fashion line by L.A.’s Goldnbones, featuring dancer-models!
Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

The Source Family (5/16, 7:20pm)

A radical experiment in Seventies living!
sourcefamily4_website
5/16/2013 - 7:20PM

A radical experiment in ’70s utopian living, L.A.’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of the Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through contemporary interviews and a treasure trove of photographs, home movies and audio recordings preserved by Family documentarian/archivist Isis Aquarian. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media), written by Isis Aquarian & Electricity Aquarian, and edited by The Source co-director Jodi Wille.
Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

The Source Family (5/15, 9:50pm)

A radical experiment in Seventies living!
sourcefamily3_website
5/15/2013 - 9:50PM

A radical experiment in ’70s utopian living, L.A.’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of the Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through contemporary interviews and a treasure trove of photographs, home movies and audio recordings preserved by Family documentarian/archivist Isis Aquarian. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media), written by Isis Aquarian & Electricity Aquarian, and edited by The Source co-director Jodi Wille. BONUS: “Far Out Angels” – short film featuring Diva, White Magic and Nora Keyes, directed by Abigail Bean!)>

Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

The Source Family (5/15, 7:30pm)

A radical experiment in Seventies living!
sourcefamily2_website
5/15/2013 - 7:30PM

A radical experiment in ’70s utopian living, L.A.’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of the Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through contemporary interviews and a treasure trove of photographs, home movies and audio recordings preserved by Family documentarian/archivist Isis Aquarian. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media), written by Isis Aquarian & Electricity Aquarian, and edited by The Source co-director Jodi Wille. BONUS: “Midnight Siren” music video from Jefferititti’s Nile (feat. Maja D’Aoust, directed by Alec Singer with artistic guidance by Astral Eyes!)
Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

The Source Family (5/14, 10:10pm)

A radical experiment in Seventies living!
sourcefamily1_website
5/14/2013 - 10:10PM

A radical experiment in ’70s utopian living, L.A.’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of the Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through contemporary interviews and a treasure trove of photographs, home movies and audio recordings preserved by Family documentarian/archivist Isis Aquarian. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media), written by Isis Aquarian & Electricity Aquarian, and edited by The Source co-director Jodi Wille. BONUS: music videos by Linda Perhacs and Zig Zags, directed by Jessica Hundley!
Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

The Source Family (5/14, 7:30pm)

A radical experiment in Seventies living!
sourcefamily5_website
5/14/2013 - 7:30PM

A radical experiment in ’70s utopian living, L.A.’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of the Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through contemporary interviews and a treasure trove of photographs, home movies and audio recordings preserved by Family documentarian/archivist Isis Aquarian. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media), written by Isis Aquarian & Electricity Aquarian, and edited by The Source co-director Jodi Wille.
Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

The Source Family (5/13, 10:10pm)

A radical experiment in Seventies living!
sourcefamily4_website
5/13/2013 - 10:10PM

A radical experiment in ’70s utopian living, L.A.’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of the Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through contemporary interviews and a treasure trove of photographs, home movies and audio recordings preserved by Family documentarian/archivist Isis Aquarian. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media), written by Isis Aquarian & Electricity Aquarian, and edited by The Source co-director Jodi Wille. BONUS: Music videos by The Entrance Band and Lavender Diamond, directed by Maximilla Lukacs!
Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

The Source Family (5/13, 7:30pm)

A radical experiment in Seventies living!
sourcefamily3_website
5/13/2013 - 7:30PM

A radical experiment in ’70s utopian living, L.A.’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of the Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through contemporary interviews and a treasure trove of photographs, home movies and audio recordings preserved by Family documentarian/archivist Isis Aquarian. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media), written by Isis Aquarian & Electricity Aquarian, and edited by The Source co-director Jodi Wille.
Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

The Source Family (5/12, 10:00pm)

A radical experiment in Seventies living!
sourcefamily2_website
5/12/2013 - 10PM

A radical experiment in ’70s utopian living, L.A.’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of the Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through contemporary interviews and a treasure trove of photographs, home movies and audio recordings preserved by Family documentarian/archivist Isis Aquarian. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media), written by Isis Aquarian & Electricity Aquarian, and edited by The Source co-director Jodi Wille. BONUS: “Morning Birds” music video by Featherbeard!
Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

The Source Family (5/12, 7:15pm)

A radical experiment in Seventies living!
sourcefamily1_website
5/12/2013 - 7:15PM

A radical experiment in ’70s utopian living, L.A.’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of the Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through contemporary interviews and a treasure trove of photographs, home movies and audio recordings preserved by Family documentarian/archivist Isis Aquarian. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media), written by Isis Aquarian & Electricity Aquarian, and edited by The Source co-director Jodi Wille.
Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

The Source Family (5/12, 4:45pm)

A radical experiment in Seventies living!
sourcefamily4_website
5/12/2013 - 4:45PM

A radical experiment in ’70s utopian living, L.A.’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of the Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through contemporary interviews and a treasure trove of photographs, home movies and audio recordings preserved by Family documentarian/archivist Isis Aquarian. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media), written by Isis Aquarian & Electricity Aquarian, and edited by The Source co-director Jodi Wille.
Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

BACKYARD PATIO: Source Family Rituals "playshop"

A demo of the foundational occult rituals!
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5/12/2013 - 3PM

Learn about and participate in a demonstration of the foundational occult rituals of The Source Family, including the Star Exercise, the Pineal Wave and other exercises that awaken, protect, and invigorate your energy body. Taught by author and soulgrowth.org founder Electricity Aquarian, who has practiced these rituals daily for forty years.

The Source Family (5/12, 2:15pm)

A radical experiment in Seventies living!
sourcefamily3_website
5/12/2013 - 2:15PM

A radical experiment in ’70s utopian living, L.A.’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of the Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through contemporary interviews and a treasure trove of photographs, home movies and audio recordings preserved by Family documentarian/archivist Isis Aquarian. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media), written by Isis Aquarian & Electricity Aquarian, and edited by The Source co-director Jodi Wille.
Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

The Source Family (5/11, 7:15pm, YA HO WA 13 REUNION SHOW!)

A radical experiment in Seventies living!
ya ho wha reunion web
5/11/2013 - 7:15PM

A radical experiment in ’70s utopian living, L.A.’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of the Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through contemporary interviews and a treasure trove of photographs, home movies and audio recordings preserved by Family documentarian/archivist Isis Aquarian. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media), written by Isis Aquarian & Electricity Aquarian, and edited by The Source co-director Jodi Wille. For this truly special showtime, members of Source Family rock band Ya Ho Wa 13 will reunite for a live set on the Cinefamily stage — in addition to live music by other special guests! As well, co-directors Jodi Wille and Maria Demopoulos, joined by Isis Aquarian, will be here in person for a Q&A after the film!
Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

The Source Family (5/11, 4:15pm)

A radical experiment in Seventies living!
sourcefamily2_website
5/11/2013 - 4:15PM

A radical experiment in ’70s utopian living, Los Angeles’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of Hollywood’s Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of their spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former family members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how their time with Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate, insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through their own archival photos, home movies, audio recordings, and contemporary interviews with Family members. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media).
Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

BACKYARD PATIO: Source Family "Sacred Herb" Ritual workshop

Learn the consciousness-expanding ritual!
sourcefamily_generic_website
5/11/2013 - 2:30PM

Learn from OB Gold — Father Yod’s personal “bearer of the Sacred
Herb” — who will lead medical marijuana patients through the exact occult methods usedby the Source Family for the sacred, consciousness-expanding ritual of The Sacred Herb. This event is B.Y.O.H. (bring yr. own)!

The Source Family (5/11, 1:45pm)

A radical experiment in Seventies living!
sourcefamily1_website
5/11/2013 - 1:45PM

A radical experiment in ’70s utopian living, Los Angeles’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of Hollywood’s Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of their spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former family members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how their time with Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate, insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through their own archival photos, home movies, audio recordings, and contemporary interviews with Family members. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media).
Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

The Source Family (5/10, 10:00pm, filmmakers & Source Family in person!)

A radical experiment in Seventies living!
sourcefamily3_website
5/10/2013 - 10PM

A radical experiment in ’70s utopian living, L.A.’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of the Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through contemporary interviews and a treasure trove of photographs, home movies and audio recordings preserved by Family documentarian/archivist Isis Aquarian. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media), written by Isis Aquarian & Electricity Aquarian, and edited by The Source co-director Jodi Wille. Introduction by filmmakers & Source Family members!
Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

The Source Family (5/10, 7:15pm, filmmakers & Source Family in person!)

A radical experiment in Seventies living!
sourcefamily2_website
5/10/2013 - 7:15PM

A radical experiment in ’70s utopian living, L.A.’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of the Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through contemporary interviews and a treasure trove of photographs, home movies and audio recordings preserved by Family documentarian/archivist Isis Aquarian. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media), written by Isis Aquarian & Electricity Aquarian, and edited by The Source co-director Jodi Wille. Q&A with filmmakers & Source Family members after the film!
Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

OFF-SITE: The Source Family (L.A. premiere!) @ The Standard Hollywood

A radical experiment in Seventies living!
sourcefamily1_website
5/9/2013 - 8PM

LOCATION: The Standard Hollywood, 8300 W. Sunset Blvd., LA, CA, 90069. (This event does not take place at the Cinefamily’s Silent Movie Theater location.) For the earlier part of the evening, The Standard’s kitchen will have original Source Family recipes as part of their dinner service! NOTE: Hotel valet parking is first-come, first-served. In addition to parking at the hotel, there are also available lots in the immediate area on Sunset Boulevard.

- 6:45PM: White Magic Blessing @ former Source Restaurant parking lot (across the street from the Standard)
- 7:00PM: doors open at Standard Hotel
- 8:30PM: film screening

A radical experiment in ’70s utopian living, Los Angeles’s The Source Family was known for their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women, all of which made them the darlings of Hollywood’s Sunset Strip — but their outsider ideals, and the unconventional behavior of their spiritual leader Father Yod caused controversy with local authorities. Fleeing to Hawaii, the Family met a dramatic demise in 1975 — but decades later, former family members have surfaced and the rock band has reformed, revealing how their time with Father Yod shaped their lives in the most unexpected ways. The Source provides an intimate, insiders’ view of this incredible group of people through their own archival photos, home movies, audio recordings, and contemporary interviews with Family members. Serving as a highly personal guide to the Seventies counterculture movement, The Source is inspired by the cult classic book “The Source: The Story of Father Yod, Ya Ho Wa 13, and The Source Family” (Process Media).
Dirs. Jodi Wille & Maria Demopoulos, 2013, digital presentation, 98 min.

Watch the trailer for “The Source Family”!

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