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22 Jul Societal Factors at play in Alzhiemer’s.

Sometimes the answer to a question is staring us in the face and we can’t see it simply because it doesn't fit neatly within our limited belief system. However, once that answer has been revealed to us, evidence of its validity seems to pour out of the woodwork; often times to such a degree that it becomes infuriating that...

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19 Jul Learned Patterns and Pathways

A few weeks ago, just after arriving at the beach for the 4th of July, I took a walk with my wife. My feet were hurting and I was feeling kind of achy so I stopped to rest a couple of times. I had just returned from a shoot in Detroit with Dr. Howard Schubiner who deals with...

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23 Jun Kids and Half-Cocked

In the winter of 1994, we made a road trip down to Louisville to shoot "Half-Cocked". My girlfriend, Suki, had studied film in college, and dropped out of graduate film school at NYU to make the film. I shot it, with the help of David Ford who rented us his 16mm camera. Peter Schneider came to record...

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21 Jun Birth and Pain

For the past 10 years we have been slowly working on two films. "All The Rage", about Dr. Sarno and mind body medicine, and "Conception" which is about nature vs. nurture and issues related to donor conception. A couple of years ago I was in Los Angeles for a couple of shoots for "All The Rage" and stayed...

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17 Jun Change and Healing

Returning home to the town that one grew up in is often a disorienting experience. The Chapel Hill that I grew up in was largely static. When I started elementary school there were five of them in town as well as two junior high schools and a single high school. When I left for college none of this...

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