Sol Tryon

Sol is basically a ‘sponge’, absorbing the world around him and trying to explain what he feels to other people through film. His first film was Bomb The System won a Spirit Award nomination for Best First Feature. His directorial debut, The Living Wake, earned him a Most Innovative Filmmaker award at the Cinevegas Film Festival.
Sol Tryon

Raised by an artist mother and social working father, Sol has always been driven to work towards making the world a better place for all.

After attending film school, he moved to NYC where he worked on over 30 features as a production assistant and assistant director before producing his first feature, Bomb The System, in 2003. Bomb, earned him an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best First Feature and established Sol as a filmmaker on the rise.

Constantly leaning towards the artistic and human side of the industry, Sol began collaborating with world-renowned artist Shirin Neshat on several video installations and films. Shirin would prove to be not only a hugely influential creative force in his life, but also the closest thing Sol would have to a mentor.

Sol has continued to build with and help artists that inspire him. He has worked as a producer on numerous award winning films, both narrative and documentaries. His directorial debut The Living Wake earned several awards.

Along the way, Sol partnered with Giancarlo Canavesio to build Mangusta Productions into a full service production and distribution company. Through Mangusta, Sol has discovered a way to be grounded, creative and productive while working on projects that inspire him and others to bring about a social awareness that has the potential change lives for the better.

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From shadows to light - Metsa's autobiography

Metsa introduces us to his book, soon available in english. A testimony about his adventurous and alternative life.

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Francois demange, a.k.a. Metsa, analizes how Ayahuasca is growing in our society, what are the dangers and how we could all benefit from this.

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Collective consciousness and our need for it, according to Metsa

Francois demange, a.k.a. Metsa, talks about the need in our society to rediscover our roots, and our connection with nature through meditation.

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