LOS ANGELES, Nov. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- "Unifying Art & Activism to Inspire New Possibility", the Zeitgeist Media Festival is back for its sixth annual Los Angeles event! Occurring at ARTShareLA in the downtown arts district of the city, Saturday, December 3rd, 2016 from 3pm-11pm, this non-profit multimedia festival features live music, comedy, short films, spoken word, art gallery, and interactive-live art. Art is one of the only mediums we know of to bridge emotional and intellectual levels of awareness. The annual Zeitgeist Media Festival explores this creative power by bringing the art & activist communities together in the hope to inspire change. It recognizes that deeply needed, radical changes in the structural/economic workings of society can only manifest in tandem with a personal transformation within each of us. Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161115/439567 Logo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161115/439566LOGO TICKETS: http://zmf2016.brownpapertickets.com/PRESS KIT: www.zeitgeistmediafestival.org Prior years talent have included performances and presentations by singer/songwriter Cofield Mundi, world-renowned Sufi singer & composer Sussan Deyhim, Emmy-nominated TV writer ("Heroes", "Touch") Tim Kring, international best-selling author Marianne Williamson, Emmy winning comedian Rick Overton, violin virtuoso and activist Lili Haydn, acting Icons Rutger Hauer & Charles Fleischer, Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Gary Nicholson and many more. Prior short film screenings have featured James Cromwell, Jason Taylor, Mark Magidson, Jason Silva, George Langworthy and many more. Partners for previous years' festivals include: Artivist Film Festival, KPFK Radio, Avalon Hollywood, Project Peace On Earth, Stickam.com, Cell-nique, LA Food Bank, Creative Visions, Good Planet Media, and Leaders Causing Leaders. This year's talent includes Violin Virtuoso Lili Haydn headlining the event, award winning comedians Rick Overton and Lee Camp; 'Zeitgeist' filmmaker Peter Joseph - releasing trailer to new film "InterReflections", creative and grassroots activist Eleanor Goldfield, singer/songwriter/pianist/composer Nomi Abadi, the art of MearOne, with many more artists and activists set to attend. ARTShareLA 801 E. 4th Place Los Angeles, CA 90013 Saturday, December 3, 20163:00pm-11:00pm Mission: The mission of the Zeitgeist Media Festival and The Zeitgeist Movement is to bridge the difference between all nations, races, classes, genders and creeds; to understand we all share the same basic needs; to understand we are truly One Family sharing One Habitat and that our world views and hence societal approaches should reflect this foundational global perspective.