Date: 25th October 2020
Time: 10:45am for 11am
Venue: Zoom meeting (link access from 10:30am)
Fee: Please see: attendance payment. All welcome!
About the Lecture
Are great biopics simply down to excellent makeup, brilliant acting and wonderful direction? Or could astrology reveal more to the story? Alex examines the history of biographical movies from the earliest offering of the 1930s all the way up to the current releases.
About the Speaker
Alex Trenoweth (MA, DFAstrolS) is a schoolteacher, author and award-winning astrologer who has spoken at 26 international conferences on six continents. She is often credited for stimulating dialogue between Western and Vedic astrologers through her work with the Institute of Vedic Culture (IVC) and her teaching at IVC’s sister school Krishnamurti Institute of Astrology (KIA) in Kolkata India. Her highly praised and innovative research on astrology and education led to her being awarded “International Astrologer of the Year” in 2015, an honourary PhD for her research on lunar phase and adolescent behaviour as well as an award for “Outstanding Service to Astrology” for her commitment as Secretary General for the 2018 IVC conference. Recognising her unique and specialised talents, ISAR appointed her as President of their qualification board (CAPISAR) in July 2020.