RUMUR | Michael Galinsky
Rumur, Documentary, Filmmaking, Brooklyn, New York, Video Production, True Crime
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Author: Michael Galinsky

10 Dec Psychophysical, Psychosocial, and Psychosomatic

  “All the Rage” is not meant to be an attack on medicine, though those who are deeply embedded, and invested, in current practice might feel that it is. Instead, it’s an attempt to re-illuminate the connection between our minds and bodies that is too often stuck in the blind spot of the current medical system. The mechanistic model that holds sway...

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09 Dec Die in at Barclays Center #ICANTBREATHE

When I lived in New York, I documented a lot of protests. Over the past 15 years I have seen a steady increase in the militarization of the police. The current protests against the grand jury decisions not to prosecute cops for killing unarmed black men are an extension of the anger that was expressed during Occupy. Doubling down...

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08 Dec Messages from our Bodies

As we have moved forward with our Kickstarter for All the Rage, we have received a deluge of incredible communication from people who have either been helped by Dr. Sarno and his work, or who have recently come into contact with it. As the trailer highlights the rapid success of the more famous patients, some people have expressed concern that...

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08 Dec Lori’s Story

One of our Kickstarter backers sent us this note, "I'm a former patient of Dr. Sarno (saw him in 2007). I went from stuck in bed in agonizing pain to back to work in two weeks. I am forever grateful for this life-changing experience, and THANK YOU for making this film!" We asked her to share her story with us...

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27 Nov Thankful For Health, Friends, Family, and Peace

Two weeks ago, the day after we started our kickstarter campaign, I posted a blog that detailed my first two months of running since my back went out many years ago. Even though I was active and exercising I avoided running because I thought that my leg was too weak. It was certainly true that my ankle was very...

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25 Nov Prince Ea from “All The Rage”

Last week I went to St. Louis to shoot an interview with Prince Ea, a hip-hop artist racking up millions of views for his spoken word pieces that merge modern concerns with spiritual matters. A couple of weeks earlier, after seeing a very powerful video that he had made about letting go of stress, I reached out to him about...

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