MIND ZONE screens at Rethinking Psychiatry Film Festival
MIND ZONE will be screened on Thursday, February 21st, 7 pm, at First Unitarian Church 1011 SW Twelfth, Portland, OR to kick off the 2013 Rethinking Psychiatry Film Festival. The... Read more
Special screening on July 19th, 7 pm, Whitsell Auditorium, Portland Art Museum
MIND ZONE is close to completion! Join us on July 19th 7 pm for a one-night only screening through the Northwest Film Center, Whitsell Auditorium, with a Q and A... Read more
TWO DAYS LEFT AND ALMOST OVER THE TOP
Great news! We are now very much in reach of meeting our goal. By this Monday, 5 pm Pacific time, we need to have completed the campaign in... Read more
It's The Final Countdown
Crunch time. One week left so this update is a behind the scenes slideshow of the crew traveling hard and working harder to get this project put together.
We also... Read more
Updated description of the documentary project
In response to questions about the specific focus of the MIND ZONE documentary, I have edited the description of the project. Please take a look, and do comment or contact... Read more
The fist documentary on psychology in war zones since John Huston's film after WW II
MIND ZONE is the first documentary on psychiatric treatment of soldiers since the Army commissioned John Huston's LET THERE BE LIGHT. Completed in 1946, the film was censored by the... Read more
As of today, we've been featured on the City of Portland page, which is one of Kickstarter's curated pages.
John King comments on dissociation in war zones
MIND ZONE probes controversies among therapists over conditions associated with war.
"Guilty Except for Insanity" Picked Up
My last documentary project, "Guilty Except for Insanity: Maddening Journeys through an Asylum," has just been picked up for television distribution by Herzog and Company! In the film (which you... Read more
MIND ZONE on Facebook
Interested in following the progress of MIND ZONE on Facebook? We’ve set up a page expressly for this and would be only too happy to friend you. So drop in... Read more