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Philipe Auliac

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Philippe Auliac is a French journalist and film director. He is basically a press photographer, specialized on rock music, and was a good friend of George Harrison, and in his work he has come to meet many great personalities in the world, like Yoko Ono, David Bowie, Paul Mac Cartney, Ringo Starr, Bob Dylan, Arlette Laguiller, Lou Reed, Iggy Pop, Marianne Faithfull, and Mick Jagger.

Auliac has made a 70 minute full-length documentary film, called Chant And Be Happy. The film is narrated by Laurence Geslin, a documentary maker trained in visual arts and the history of art.

Auliac previously made the well-known film of George Harrison, "All things must pass". He has been a supporter of the Hare Krishna movement for a long time, and has a good relationship with devotees in France. Auliac began work on this great project of "Chant and Be Happy" at Harrison's request. Harrison wanted a major film to influence the mass of people throughout the world.

This film shows another side of devotional life -- one new to most people. Philippe Auliac wanted his film to show another image of the Krishna devotees. The film closes on this thought: "Is it possible that Krishna devotees have a key to happiness?" The answer is yes; studying Krishna consciousness philosophy and, of course, putting it into practice, can indeed bring happiness. This engaging film will help viewers to become aware of the spiritual dimension of life. The world premiere of this film will be in Montreal, Canada, on November 16.

To read more about the film, please visit VNN. org



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