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Flight From Death: The Quest for Immortality

Narrated by Gabriel Byrne (Usual Suspects, Vanity Fair, Miller’s Crossing), this seven-time Best Documentary award-winning film (Silver Lake Film Festival, Beverly Hills Film Festival) is the most comprehensive and mind-blowing investigation of humankind’s relationship with death ever captured on film. Hailed by many viewers as a “life-transformational film,” Flight from Death uncovers death anxiety as . . . → Read More: Flight From Death: The Quest for Immortality

Philosophy: Guide to Happiness


We tend to accept that people in authority must be right. It’s this assumption that Socrates wanted us to challenge by urging us to think logically about the nonsense they often come out with, rather than being struck dumb by their aura of importance and air of suave certainty. This six part series on philosophy . . . → Read More: Philosophy: Guide to Happiness

Beyond Reason


This is the latest documentary from the maker of Beyond Me and Beyond Belief, Frank Huguenard. His premise is that our intellects are bound by our perceptions and what we perceive is limited by our five senses.

From what we’ve learned though modern physics, what get through our five senses is more unreal than it . . . → Read More: Beyond Reason

Beyond Belief

From the author : Jesus trained in India, taught meditation and reincarnation and died in India.

This film provides a compelling case for this viewpoint using historical and anecdotal evidence to support these claims but the centerpiece to the argument made in Beyond Belief is the Gospel of Thomas.

The producer argues that this gospel . . . → Read More: Beyond Belief

Beyond Me

From the author: This is a documentary I’ve produced that is about consciousness, evolution and instincts.

Sor far, I’m receiving one of two different reactions to this film. There’s not a lot of middle ground. It’s either,

A) I love the way you’ve weaved this together seamlessly in a way that makes perfect sense, and

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