Location: Utah Olympic Park Theater, 3419 Olympic Parkway, Park City, UT
Admission: Non-Members ($15 in advance, $20 at the door). WBC Members ($10 in advance, $15 at the door).
Healthy Happy Human BEings (H3BE)TM is honored to show the featured film People v. The State of Illusion and host the producer and courtroom lawyer, Austin Vickers, for a keynote speech and Q&A following the movie.
This special event will give you the opportunity to:
- Wake up to the power within you
- Tap into your own imagination, and
- Create the reality of your life – consciously
ABOUT THE FILM
Good movies are based on the successful attempt to tell a story. People v. The State of Illusion takes you further, by making you part of the story being told. This film, directed by Scott Cervine and written and produced by Austin Vickers, questions the very nature of reality, and through an examination of our perceptions, beliefs, and imagination, makes you embody both judge and jury in what will be the most important trial you will ever witness. This must-see psychological movie includes some of the nation’s leading thinkers in the fields of neuroscience, biochemistry, psychology, quantum physics, and consciousness theory; including Dr. Thomas Moore, Dr. Candace Pert, Debbie Ford, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Dr. Robert Jahn, Dr. Peter Senge, Brenda Dunne, and Dr. Michael Vandermark.
People v The State Of Illusion is set in the notorious “Old Main Prison” of the New Mexico State Penitentiary and tells the story of Aaron Roberts, a single father who is tried and arrested on charges following an incident that claims the life of a woman. He is convicted and sent to prison, and his daughter becomes a ward of the state. While there, an attorney learns of her plight and the story of her father and decides to represent her in an emotionally compelling case against the State. It is an inspiring movie that will wake you up to the power of your imagination, encourage your hope, and elevate your spirit.
ABOUT AUSTIN VICKERS
Corporate Speaker, Leadership Trainer, Author & Film Producer
After graduating from law school with honors, Austin went to work as a trial lawyer for one of the largest law firms in the world. After several years of trial practice, Austin left to work for a prominent American Fortune 100 company, where he ultimately served as General Counsel of one of their European divisions and as a senior business executive. In September 2000, Austin resigned his position at the top of his legal/business career to pursue full-time his passion for changing people’s lives. Since then, he founded the Human Process Mastery Institute, a Fortune 500 leadership-training institute.
Austin is the writer and producer of People v. The State of Illusion, a docudrama based on his work and the science and power of perception and imagination that was released in the fall of 2011. He is also the founder of The Stepping Up Foundation, a non-profit organization helping people and organizations in need. He is the author of the personal leadership book and program “Stepping Up: To a Life of Vision, Passion and Authentic Power” and is a professional speaker who has educated and entertained audiences from some of America’s leading corporations, including Intel, Wells Fargo, Colgate Palmolive, Merial, Veolia Transport, and 3M. On a personal note, Austin is an avid reader, an aspiring musician, is passionate about physical health and the practice of yoga, and is a certified yoga instructor.
ABOUT THE VENUE
The Utah Olympic Park, a business member of The WellBEing Collaborative is providing the beautiful space for this special event. In 2002, Utah hosted the world for the XiX Olympic Winter Games and the VIII Paralympic Winter Games. And by any measure, the 2002 Games were a success. 2500 Olympians representing 88 nations came to Utah to pursue their Olympic dreams. Incredible venues and ideal weather combined to create the perfect stage for the athletes to perform at their best.
The Utah Athletic Foundation- operating under the tradename Utah Olympic Legacy – is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization responsible for managing and maintaining world-class Olympic legacy facilities and providing opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to participate, educate, and excel in winter sports.