Frederick Marx is an internationally acclaimed, Oscar and Emmy nominated director/writer with 40 years in the film business. He was named a Chicago Tribune Artist of the Year, a Guggenheim Fellow, and a recipient of a Robert F. Kennedy Special Achievement Award.

His film HOOP DREAMS (1994) is one of the highest-grossing non-musical documentaries in United States history and the International Documentary Association named it “The Best Documentary of All Time”.

In ep #044 of the ManKind Podcast, Boysen Hodgson interviews on how to find deeper meaning in life through creating rituals and rites of passage.

You’re Going To Love This Episode if:

  • You’re looking for deeper meaning in your day-to-day life.
  • You’re looking to deepen your connection with others in a world amidst a growing focus on the development and achievement of the individual.
  • You’re feeling (or trying NOT to feel) the collective Grief in our world.
  • You want to create accountability with the people around you for acknowledging the passages in life in a meaningful way.

Loved Frederick? You Can Find Out More Here:

Book: Rites to a Good Life: Everyday Rituals Of Healing And Transformation

Frederick’s Website: Warrior Films

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