Director Helen Whitney and Chodo Robert Campbell Sensei and Koshin Paley Ellison Sensei, founders of the NY Center for Contemplative Care
Into The Night (Part Two) features intimate, provocative stories of nine men and women forever changed by their encounters with mortality. Through the lenses of Buddhism, a cancer diagnosis, a Native American vision quest, Talmudic perspectives, artistic pursuits, medical advances in aging and longevity, and breakthrough technologies, they challenge us to rethink our place in the universe. Featuring Chodo Robert Campbell Sensei and Koshin Paley Ellison Sensei, founders of the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care.
Director: Helen Whitney (USA 2017) 112 min.
HELEN WHITNEY is an Academy Award-nominated and Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker whose John Paul II—The Millennial Pope, The Mormons, Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero, Forgiveness—A Time to Love, A Time to Hate, Richard Avedon—Darkness and Light, and Into the Night—Portraits of Life and Death (Part One), were all national PBS specials. Her masterful portrait of life in the oldest Trappist monastery in the US, The Monastery, was an ABC-TV national special. She’s directed numerous feature films and has authored or co-authored several produced scripts and a published book, Forgiveness—A Time to Love, A Time to Hate.
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