Welcome, Space Brothers: The Films of the Unarius Academy Of Science

Co-presented by Jodi Wille (director of “The Source Family”)

 

 

The Unarius Brotherhood were on a radical mission from the late-‘70s to the mid-‘80s: to spread their “interdimensional science of life” and the principles of reincarnation to the masses via some of most wildly inventive, waaaaay outside-the-box public access TV programming in America. Their cosmic leader, the exuberant septuagenarian Ruth Norman (aka Archangel Uriel), an advanced clairvoyant with a fondness for glittery dresses, rainbow capes and benevolent aliens, permanently altered the minds of tens of thousands across the country — from late-night stoners to seekers leaving behind their lives in order to move to El Cajon, CA, and join the cause.

 

As part of their outreach, the Unarians created elaborate psychodramatic “documentaries” for the purpose of spiritual healing: films of Uriel and the students channeling and re-enacting their previous lives together on Earth and other planets, no matter how debauched or outlandish — for spiritual healing. Utilizing otherworldly costumes and makeup, guerilla location-filming techniques, elaborate sets and ingenious no-budget special effects, this ambitious collective produced a legacy of some of the most mind-shattering, oddly uplifting gems of American outsider cinema. Bootlegged and coveted by collectors for decades, these films have never before been presented as works on the large screen — until now.

 

This full-immersion weekend includes core Unarius members onstage for live Q&As, the world theatrical premiere of Unarius’ 1979 16mm masterwork The Arrival, highlights from their massive archive of public access videos — plus a Unarius costume exhibit, pop-up reading room, workshops, and tea house on Cinefamily’s back patio. Join us!

 

BUY TICKETS ($12/free for members. Workshops: $10 on-site donation only. Showtimes subject to change):
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The Cinema of Unarius (feat. The Arrival):
- Saturday 5/31, 9:00pm
- Sunday 6/1, 10:15pm
- Wednesday 6/4, 7:30pm (ENCORE)
- Friday 6/6, 9:50pm (ENCORE)
- Saturday 6/7, 8:00pm (ENCORE)
- Sunday 6/8, 5:00pm (ENCORE)
- Monday 6/9, 10:15pm (ENCORE)

 

Welcome, Space Brothers” Opening Night: An Intro To Unarius
- Friday 5/30, 8:00pm

 

Unarius TV: A Public Access Awakening:
- Saturday 5/31, 6:00pm
- Sunday 6/1, 7:30pm

 

Unarius Workshop 1: How Past Lives Influence You (And What You Can Do About It)
- Saturday 5/31, 3:00pm ($10 on-site donation only)

 

Unarius Workshop 2: Develop Your Clairvoyant and Creative Potential (A Workshop for Artists)
- Sunday 6/1, 4:00pm ($10 on-site donation only)

 

Watch Cinefamily’s full trailer for “Welcome, Space Brothers”!

 

The Cinema of Unarius (feat. "The Arrival", 6/9)

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6/9/2014 - 10:15PM

Psychedelic viewing for many a late-night cable fan, it’s an encore of Unarius’ greatest filmic achievement: the outsider interstellar fantasia The Arrival (1978) — plus, we’ll also screen our custom half-hour mix of Unarius video productions throughout the decades! DJ Bennett (KXLU/FYF) will be here to spin tunes before the show. Artists working within the Unarian worldview certainly know how to dream big, for one of the brotherhood’s core aims is to form a cosmic confederation with benevolent “Space Brothers.” And of all the DIY films made by American alternative cultures over the decades, none are as epicly ambitious and as earnestly effective as The Arrival. Both a “documentary” of a Unariun’s channeled past-life incarnation and a riveting homemade space opera (complete with ingenious hyper-colored analog SFX that evoke James Whitney on planet Xanadu), the film follows an aborigine, who, after being contacted by an immense Rubik’s Cube full of advanced telepathic beings, overcomes his psychic amnesia, working through his past life as a genocidal spaceship commander. This impassioned and meticulously designed origin story, the largest-scale production of Unarius’ oeuvre, has a spiritual agenda to match Jodorowsky’s, with a startling visual aesthetic halfway between Lynch and an ABBA music video.

Watch an excerpt from “The Arrival”!

The Cinema of Unarius (feat. The Arrival, 6/8)

unarius_arrival2_website
6/8/2014 - 5PM

Psychedelic viewing for many a late-night cable fan, it’s an encore of Unarius’ greatest filmic achievement: the outsider interstellar fantasia The Arrival (1978) — plus, we’ll also screen our custom half-hour mix of Unarius video productions throughout the decades! Artists working within the Unarian worldview certainly know how to dream big, for one of the brotherhood’s core aims is to form a cosmic confederation with benevolent “Space Brothers.” And of all the DIY films made by American alternative cultures over the decades, none are as epicly ambitious and as earnestly effective as The Arrival. Both a “documentary” of a Unariun’s channeled past-life incarnation and a riveting homemade space opera (complete with ingenious hyper-colored analog SFX that evoke James Whitney on planet Xanadu), the film follows an aborigine, who, after being contacted by an immense Rubik’s Cube full of advanced telepathic beings, overcomes his psychic amnesia, working through his past life as a genocidal spaceship commander. This impassioned and meticulously designed origin story, the largest-scale production of Unarius’ oeuvre, has a spiritual agenda to match Jodorowsky’s, with a startling visual aesthetic halfway between Lynch and an ABBA music video.

Watch an excerpt from “The Arrival”!

The Cinema of Unarius (feat. The Arrival, 6/7)

unarius_arrival_website
6/7/2014 - 8PM

Psychedelic viewing for many a late-night cable fan, it’s an encore of Unarius’ greatest filmic achievement: the outsider interstellar fantasia The Arrival (1978) — plus, we’ll also screen our custom half-hour mix of Unarius video productions throughout the decades! Artists working within the Unarian worldview certainly know how to dream big, for one of the brotherhood’s core aims is to form a cosmic confederation with benevolent “Space Brothers.” And of all the DIY films made by American alternative cultures over the decades, none are as epicly ambitious and as earnestly effective as The Arrival. Both a “documentary” of a Unariun’s channeled past-life incarnation and a riveting homemade space opera (complete with ingenious hyper-colored analog SFX that evoke James Whitney on planet Xanadu), the film follows an aborigine, who, after being contacted by an immense Rubik’s Cube full of advanced telepathic beings, overcomes his psychic amnesia, working through his past life as a genocidal spaceship commander. This impassioned and meticulously designed origin story, the largest-scale production of Unarius’ oeuvre, has a spiritual agenda to match Jodorowsky’s, with a startling visual aesthetic halfway between Lynch and an ABBA music video.

Watch an excerpt from “The Arrival”!

The Cinema of Unarius (feat. The Arrival, 6/6)

unarius_arrival2_website
6/6/2014 - 9:50PM

Psychedelic viewing for many a late-night cable fan, it’s an encore of Unarius’ greatest filmic achievement: the outsider interstellar fantasia The Arrival (1978) — plus, we’ll also screen our custom half-hour mix of Unarius video productions throughout the decades! Artists working within the Unarian worldview certainly know how to dream big, for one of the brotherhood’s core aims is to form a cosmic confederation with benevolent “Space Brothers.” And of all the DIY films made by American alternative cultures over the decades, none are as epicly ambitious and as earnestly effective as The Arrival. Both a “documentary” of a Unariun’s channeled past-life incarnation and a riveting homemade space opera (complete with ingenious hyper-colored analog SFX that evoke James Whitney on planet Xanadu), the film follows an aborigine, who, after being contacted by an immense Rubik’s Cube full of advanced telepathic beings, overcomes his psychic amnesia, working through his past life as a genocidal spaceship commander. This impassioned and meticulously designed origin story, the largest-scale production of Unarius’ oeuvre, has a spiritual agenda to match Jodorowsky’s, with a startling visual aesthetic halfway between Lynch and an ABBA music video.

Watch an excerpt from “The Arrival”!

The Cinema of Unarius (feat. The Arrival, 6/4)

unarius_arrival_website
6/4/2014 - 7:30PM

Psychedelic viewing for many a late-night cable fan, it’s an encore of Unarius’ greatest filmic achievement: the outsider interstellar fantasia The Arrival (1978) — plus, we’ll also screen our custom half-hour mix of Unarius video productions throughout the decades! Artists working within the Unarian worldview certainly know how to dream big, for one of the brotherhood’s core aims is to form a cosmic confederation with benevolent “Space Brothers.” And of all the DIY films made by American alternative cultures over the decades, none are as epicly ambitious and as earnestly effective as The Arrival. Both a “documentary” of a Unariun’s channeled past-life incarnation and a riveting homemade space opera (complete with ingenious hyper-colored analog SFX that evoke James Whitney on planet Xanadu), the film follows an aborigine, who, after being contacted by an immense Rubik’s Cube full of advanced telepathic beings, overcomes his psychic amnesia, working through his past life as a genocidal spaceship commander. This impassioned and meticulously designed origin story, the largest-scale production of Unarius’ oeuvre, has a spiritual agenda to match Jodorowsky’s, with a startling visual aesthetic halfway between Lynch and an ABBA music video.

Watch an excerpt from “The Arrival”!

The Films of Unarius (feat. "The Arrival", 6/1)

unarius_arrival_website
6/1/2014 - 10:15PM

Psychedelic viewing for many a late-night cable fan, Unarius’ greatest filmic achievement — the outsider interstellar fantasia, The Arrival (1978), comes to Cinefamily for its very first theatrical screening ever — plus other movie bonuses and Q&A with Unarius members! Artists working within the Unarian worldview certainly know how to dream big, for one of the brotherhood’s core aims is to form a cosmic confederation with benevolent “Space Brothers.” And of all the DIY films made by American alternative cultures over the decades, none are as epicly ambitious and as earnestly effective as The Arrival. Both a “documentary” of a Unariun’s channeled past-life incarnation and a riveting homemade space opera (complete with ingenious hyper-colored analog SFX that evoke James Whitney on planet Xanadu), the film follows an aborigine, who, after being contacted by an immense Rubik’s Cube full of advanced telepathic beings, overcomes his psychic amnesia, working through his past life as a genocidal spaceship commander. This impassioned and meticulously designed origin story, the largest-scale production of Unarius’ oeuvre, has a spiritual agenda to match Jodorowsky’s, with a startling visual aesthetic halfway between Lynch and an ABBA music video.

Watch an excerpt from “The Arrival”!

Unarius TV: A Public Access Awakening (6/1)

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6/1/2014 - 7:30PM

The incredible, multifaceted mosaic of Unarius’ video outreach epitomizes what Cinefamily loves most about cable-TV public access, with dramatic stagings, pageantry, surreal talk shows and mesmerising video “psychodramas.” As interest in public access TV exploded, Unarius were pioneers on the ground-level, beaming their messages of love and space brotherhood to all corners of the country — and in the process, snagging a cult following of hardcore videoheads alongside the true believers. These small-screen efforts will snag you too, for they are huge on heart, unfettered creative expression and heaping handfuls of high weirdness. Tonight, see Unarius’ public access greatest hits, an onstage Q&A with Unarius members, and a full screening of Unarius’ most controversial video work: the banned, pre-Civil War-era yarn Ballad of Annabel Lee!

Watch an excerpt of Unarius’ “Lemuria Rising”!

Watch an excerpt of Unarius “The Decline and Destruction of the Orion Empire”!

Unarius Workshop 2: Develop Your Clairvoyant and Creative Potential (A Workshop for Artists)

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6/1/2014 - 4PM

Admission to this workshop: $10 on-site donation only (first-come, first-served)

Enhance your creative and psychic abilities through your participation in an inspirational art workshop! This session, led by Unariun Kevin Kennedy, will help you to make the connection with your higher self, and will focus on: What is your higher self? Where does inspiration come from? How do I overcome blocks and unleash my creative potential? Artists, bring the medium of your choice: pencils, pastels, watercolor, oil, acrylic paints — or just come and take part in this hands-on experience.

The Films of Unarius (feat. "The Arrival", 5/31)

unarius_arrival2_website
5/31/2014 - 9PM

Psychedelic viewing for many a late-night cable fan, Unarius’ greatest filmic achievement — the outsider interstellar fantasia, The Arrival (1978), comes to Cinefamily for its very first theatrical screening ever — plus other movie bonuses and Q&A with Unarius members! Artists working within the Unarian worldview certainly know how to dream big, for one of the brotherhood’s core aims is to form a cosmic confederation with benevolent “Space Brothers.” And of all the DIY films made by American alternative cultures over the decades, none are as epicly ambitious and as earnestly effective as The Arrival. Both a “documentary” of a Unariun’s channeled past-life incarnation and a riveting homemade space opera (complete with ingenious hyper-colored analog SFX that evoke James Whitney on planet Xanadu), the film follows an aborigine, who, after being contacted by an immense Rubik’s Cube full of advanced telepathic beings, overcomes his psychic amnesia, working through his past life as a genocidal spaceship commander. This impassioned and meticulously designed origin story, the largest-scale production of Unarius’ oeuvre, has a spiritual agenda to match Jodorowsky’s, with a startling visual aesthetic halfway between Lynch and an ABBA music video. Plus, Don Bolles (fearless leader ov thee Fancy Space People) will be here to DJ!

Watch an excerpt from “The Arrival”!

Unarius TV: A Public Access Awakening (5/31, hosted by Jello Biafra!)

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5/31/2014 - 6PM

The incredible, multifaceted mosaic of Unarius’ video outreach epitomizes what Cinefamily loves most about cable-TV public access, with dramatic stagings, pageantry, surreal talk shows and mesmerising video “psychodramas.” As interest in public access TV exploded, Unarius were pioneers on the ground-level, beaming their messages of love and space brotherhood to all corners of the country — and in the process, snagging a cult following of hardcore videoheads alongside the true believers. These small-screen efforts will snag you too, for they are huge on heart, unfettered creative expression and heaping handfuls of high weirdness. Tonight’s show is hosted by Jello Biafra! See Unarius’ public access greatest hits, an onstage Q&A with Unarius members, and a full screening of one of their most unusual gestalt TV works: The Decline and Destruction of the Orion Empire: Part 4. Plus, Don Bolles (fearless leader ov thee Fancy Space People) will be here to DJ!

Watch an excerpt of Unarius’ “Lemuria Rising”!

Watch an excerpt of Unarius “The Decline and Destruction of the Orion Empire”!

Unarius Workshop 1: "How Past Lives Influence You (And What You Can Do About It)"

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5/31/2014 - 3PM

Admission to this workshop: $10 on-site donation only (first-come, first-served)

Are you aware of how your past lives are influencing all aspects of your life? Come learn from Unarius members about the interdimensional principles of energy, how you function as an energy being, and how to jumpstart your psychic abilities in order to “see” and become free of past-life experiences that are adversely affecting you today. In this hands-on workshop, you will be given tools to help you awaken from your psychic amnesia. Hear first-hand examples of how thousands of people have utilized this self-healing science to resolve everyday problems with work, health, relationships, and more. Transform your life to one that is filled with inner peace, creativity, and joie de vivre!

"Welcome, Space Brothers" OPENING NIGHT: An Intro To Unarius

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5/30/2014 - 8PM

Featuring live Q&A appearance by Unarius members — plus, stick around for our back patio afterparty, with a Unarius costume display, vintage artwork, a Tesla coil demonstration and more! The key to the fourth dimension…is in San Diego. Jodi Wille (director of the recent documentary The Source Family, and curator of the forthcoming American Visionary Art Museum exhibition “The Visionary State”) joins Cinefamily for a sweeping overview of The Unarius Academy of Science: the long-running cosmic collective dedicated to the recovery of past lives, connection with space brethren and the advancement of inter-dimensional awareness. As the far-out favorites of fans of cable-TV public access (the main medium through which Unarius has spread its message), tonight we celebrate the Academy and the legacy of its extraordinary visionary leader Archangel Uriel (aka Ruth Norman), with a massive multimedia presentation via rare photos, video, Unariun artwork, and personal testimonials. And, we’ll also view in its entirety the 1977 Unarian Super-8 opus A Visit To The Underground Cities of Mars, made before NASA’s Viking spacecraft touched down on the Red Planet.

Watch an excerpt from “A Visit To The Underground Cities of Mars”!
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Watch an excerpt from “Roots of the Earthman”!

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