March 17 through 20 brings the second annual Movies & Meaning: A Dream Space to Downtown Albuquerque’s KiMo Theatre (423 Central NW). Billed as “a new kind of festival for everyone who loves stories and light” and “a dream space laboratory for a more beautiful world,” the four-day event will include a mixture of films, seminars, workshops, poetry readings and more. Among the special guests are trauma therapist, yoga teacher and “crooked mystic” Teresa Pasquale, Franciscan friar and “globally recognized ecumenical teacher” Richard Rohr of the Center for Action and Contemplation and Santa Fe-based experimental filmmaker Godfrey Reggio. Films run the gamut from the short (Robert Kondo and Dice Tsutsumi’s lovely animated film “The Dam Keeper”) to the documentary (the rural News Zealand lifestyle film This Way of Life), from the classic (Carl Theodor Dreyer’s 1929 epic The Passion of Joan of Arc) to the experimental (Reggio’s 1982 environmental tone poem Koyaanisqatsi), from animated family fare (the 2015 adaptation of Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet) to speculative sci-fi features (2013’s philosophical, virtual reality Hollywood head trip The Congress starring Robin Wright). For a complete schedule of films and events, go to moviesandmeaning.com. Tickets run $199 to $399 and are available now through kimotickets.com.