Dreams of the Last Butterflies
Zina Brown’s current film project, recently funded thru Kickstarter, Dreams of the Last Butterflies is a mini-epic, live-action “Dark Faerie Tale” short film, with a unique environmental message.

Dreams of the Last Butterflies is a unique vision with a powerful environmental message, full of wonder, dreams, and otherworldly performers. Combining cutting-edge cinematography, fantastical costumes, epic faerie-tale poetry, and a sizzling electronica soundtrack, it will feature stunning performances by tribal bellydancers, ballet stars, fire masters, contortionists, and many more.

Dreams of the Last Butterflies is a tale about the loss of butterflies in our world, and why they are disappearing – as told by the last Butterfly Queens themselves.

Directed by award-winning filmmaker Zina Brown, with new music by electronic rock artist and singer Kai Altair, the film is currently in pre-production and is scheduled to begin principal shooting in the autumn of 2012.

To see more, please visit www.thousandnames.com.

James Vogel and Randy Carfagno made the butterfly wings.

“And the dreams that you dare to dream, really do come true…”

Dreams of the Last Butterflies filming this past weekend was a success beyond our wildest imaginations!! To all of our supporters – you have NO IDEA of the visions that were captured. So much love, luck, light, and magick, it doesn’t even seem like it really happened… but somehow it did. It was truly a miracle of imagination and beauty, brought to life. We can’t wait to show you more!!! Many more updates will be coming soon, but for now, know that YOU are the only reason this story came to life. Your belief is what we needed most of all… and you did believe. :)
WOW! Top 10!

As of this writing, Dreams of the Last Butterflies is in Kickstarter’s top 10 most funded projects for a short film ever! Thanks again to everyone that contributed!!

-Dreams of the Last Butterflies in Rolling Stones Magazine!


Teaming up with Saving Species.

Gilles Laurain art salon party.

Yuri’s Night and Nasa presents Lecture by James Vogel on Art and aviation.