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Femme The Movie with Film Director Emmanuel Itier

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Film Director, Emmanuel Itier will join Dr. Jenn to share an amazing new film he directed and was produced by Sharon Stone. "Femme" is an inspirational journey with women around the world who are passionate and actively transforming and healing global society everyday. The film focuses on women healing the world with the nurturing approach of feminine energy bring inspiration and hope for the future. The film is filled with influential women such as Jean Houston, Marianne Williamson, Celeste Yarnall and many others. Emmanuel will share his inspirations, and how men too can thrive in hope for the future by supporting the women in their lives. The film presents a solution for a world of harmony and balance between the male and feminine energies.

About Emmanuel Itier, Director of Femme, is an experienced feature film Producer. Emmanuel Itier directed the thriller "Tell me no Lies" (2000) and the horror film "Scarecrow" (2002). He just completed the Peace documentary "The Invocation" narrated by Sharon Stone and with Desmond Tutu, HH The Dalai Lama, Deepak Chopra and many other worldwide peace activists.

Emmanuel Itier has also been a successful Music and Film journalist for both Rock Magazines, French TV networks and the internet for the last twenty years. Finally Itier has been a buyer for various French Film distribution companies for the last fifteen years.

He resides in Santa Barbara, California with his wife and two sons. Emmanuel Itier has just released another inspiring documentary celebrating women around the planet: "FEMME-Women Healing the World" produced by Sharon Stone. He will then produce and direct three other documentaries in order to keep making Peace, one movie at a time. Visit FemmetheMovie.com

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