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Mela Lee McLean (born July 31, 1976) is an American voice actress based in Los Angeles who voices characters on a number of animated series, movies, television shows and video games. She is best known for voicing Jade in Mortal Kombat 11, Tikki in Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir and Socks Heeler in Bluey.
At first glance, the movies Groundhog Day (1993) and Vertigo (1958) dont seem to have much in common. Both, however, were included in the 2003 exhibit The Hidden God: Film and Faith, put on by New Yorks Museum of Modern Art. These box-office hitsalong with other surprising candidates, like Clint Eastwoods Unforgiven (1992)were used as examples of films with spiritual themes. Similar programs have been organized by Parabola magazine (Cinema of the Spirit), the Pacific School of Religion (Image to Insight), and the International Buddhist Film Festival, to name a few. The events seem to indicate a trend: a desire to see movies, old and new, that illuminate our potential for transformation.
But these movies are well known. The new champions of spiritual film strive to bring relatively unknown worksculled from film festivals and the bottomless pool of short-subject documentariesinto public view. The most visible promoter of this emerging trend is the Spiritual Cinema Circle (www.spiritualcinemacircle.com), cofounded by Stephen Simon. Simon is best known for producing What Dreams May Come (1998), which starred Robin Williams in a sort of Divine Comedy lite. The Spiritual Cinema Circle is trying to create a community for those viewers who are part of the 60 million Americans who say they are spiritual but not religious. The outfit hopes to present films that are entertaining, and most importantly, have a redeeming message that is in some way uplifting to the viewer. 2b1af7f3a8