Representatives from ChangeYourEnergy.com
traveled to Jakarta, Indonesia last week to attend the award ceremony at the
International Film Festival for Spirituality, Religion and Visionary 2013
. In addition to winning the Award of Excellence in the Short Documentary category in October, 13 additional awards honored “Change: The LifeParticle Effect
,” a groundbreaking documentary film about activating human potential through energy principles based on quantum physics and brain education.
At the awards ceremony, producer and co-director EJ Lim, co-director Edwin Kim, and executive producer Ilchi Lee
were pleasantly surprised to learn that, besides the 12 additional awards they were notified of, they had also been awarded with Best Short Documentary. Additional awards included the Gold Award for Filmmaker of Spirituality 2013 and Best Story & Concept and the Award of Excellence for Best Animation, Best Director, Best Original Score and Best Producer.
“Change” returned from the film festival event with the following awards:
- Best Short Documentary
- Gold Award: Filmmaker of Spirituality 2013 (Ilchi Lee)
- Gold Award: Best Story/Concept (Ilchi Lee)
- Award of Excellence: Medal of Inspiration (Ilchi Lee)
- Award of Excellence: Medal of Peace (Ilchi Lee)
- Award of Excellence: Filmmaker of Visionary 2013 (Ilchi Lee)
- Award of Excellence: Filmmaker of Inspiration 2013 (Ilchi Lee)
- Award of Excellence: Filmmaker of the Year 2013 (Ilchi Lee)
- Award of Excellence: Director of the Year, 2013 (EJ Lim, Edwin Kim)
- Award of Excellence: Best Producer (EJ Lim)
- Award of Excellence: Best Original Score (Chris Yanson)
- Award of Excellence: Best Animation (Q.B. White)
- Award of Excellence: Best Director (EJ Lim, Edwin Kim)
- Award of Excellence (Category Short Documentary)
The official award ceremony was held in a lecture hall at Mercu Buana University, a renowned private institution in Jakarta, Indonesia on Nov. 27, 2013.
At the event, Lee received his numerous additional awards on stage. When asked how he felt about the recognition, he responded that if he were to express it in three characters, it would be A-ri-rang. He explained the meaning of "Arirang" by singing a traditional Korean song, translating to “I want to share with everyone the joy of awakening to my true self.”
This year marks the fifth annual International Film Festival, and the first year that the Spirituality, Religion and Visionary category was added. The film received this high praise from the competition’s judges “This is an incredible film that enlightens the viewer to the principles of brain utilization, which no scientist or doctor from anywhere in the world has been able to explain,” said one judge.
“Change,” toured in major cities across the world. Following each film screening executive producer, Lee, gave a talk about the film’s principles.