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Tag: films

Ayahuasca, planet Earth subjects of two film projects

Independent filmmaker Christian Moran has launched his own production company, CM Films, a passion project specializing in documentaries with a powerful message. Moran's directorial...

2012 Books, Films, Music and Apps for Body, Mind & Soul

NEW BOOKS Application of Impossible Things: A Near Death Experience in Iraq, by Natalie Sudman (Ozark Mt. Publishing), 128 pages, $14 -- This is an...

Top 11 Transformation Films in 2011

As we start 2012 with all of the promise that it brings for transformation, let's take a look back at some of the amazing...

Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival returns

MINNEAPOLIS - The Film Society of Minneapolis-St. Paul has announced that the 2011 Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival is slated for April 14 through...

My Favorite Films of 2010

I am honored and proud to be a voting member of The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences that nominates and then votes...

Ten Things I Like about Inception

Recently, ABC News asked me to comment on Christopher Nolan's new movie Inception, since it involves lucid dreamers who "extract" information from other dreamers....

Dreaming and the Creative Process – The Movie Inception

"It is never JUST a dream." - Dom Cobb Recently I saw the new film Inception by Christopher Nolan. It was an absolute delight....

A Film Review: ‘The Secret of Kells’

The Secret of Kells, directed by Tomm Moore and Nora Twomey, art directed by Ross Stewart (Cartoon Saloon), animated, 76 minutes. A 2010 Oscar® nominee...

My 10 Favorite Films Of 2009

As always, my list includes my own personal favorites, not the films I consider best, a classification I find to be both impossible and...

Avatar: A Spiritual Journey of our Soul

Landmark films literally change the face of the art form itself and are rare indeed. The Great Train Robbery, the first big hit silent...

Film explores Science & Consciousness

In her self-funded, 10,000-mile spiritual journey from South Africa to the United States, Dutch filmmaker Renee Scheltema challenges scientists for straight answers about psychic...

A Review: The Blind Side

Remember what it was like to go to a movie and cry and laugh and applaud and feel great about just being alive when...

Oh My God? : An interview with Filmmaker Peter Rodger

In every corner of the world, there's one question that can never be definitively answered, yet stirs up equal parts passion, curiosity, self-reflection and...

Review: Cold Souls

It feels so good to have a movie to write about again. For those of you who have followed this column for the last...

The Perception of 2012

So, it has already begun. The drumbeat of doom and gloom about the so-called end of the Mayan Calendar in December 2012 can now...

Beyond Borders Film Festival

MINNEAPOLIS - As spring makes its way to the Twin Cities, so will a spate of new films promoting cultural understanding of people across...

Mike Leigh’s ‘Happy-Go-Lucky’ Giggles

There have been some wonderful films lately that have looked at those of us who present what we might call our "wounded" face to...