All The Rage, like Dr. Sarno, and the work of Dr Sarno, is a precious gift that should be shown…on screens world wide.

TIM SIKA,

KGO RADIO, President, San Francisco Film Critics Circle

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The first line of “All The Rage,” our film about the work of Dr John Sarno, is, “The Stories we tell ourselves about ourselves shape our sense of who we are.” The first lines of any story are the foundation for that tale, and this insight into how much our perspective shapes our narrative is central to the story of......

Recently I offered to do a workshop for Sidewalk Film Festival. They asked me to focus on distribution since we have distributed all of our own films. A while ago I wrote a post called “Lessons Learned” about the the lessons we learned from making each film. This post shares some themes, but it is a bit more practical in......

A few weeks ago I had drafted this post about how our learned defensive behaviors might make us feel safer but often at the expense of connection. Finding a way to be present and aware, so that when a threat arises we are able to respond to it is preferable to being on guard. I sat down to edit it......

I started going to yoga classes last year, and over time, it has become an integral part of my life. There are times in our lives when we try to do something new and it doesn’t stick. A few years later, we might try it again and still find it doesn’t seem right for us. Then, at some point, we......

When was the last time you found yourself really upset about something you couldn’t control, like a cancelled flight, or a misplaced car reservation? Did you find yourself yelling at the person at the desk or on the phone? Or, did you simply accept the fact that you’d get on a plane at some point, or behind the wheel of......

I remember a time before the internet, when one eagerly went out to get the newspaper for an important story or event. I remember when we weren’t connected by the World Wide Web. Today is a good day to think of it as a web. Webs connect us, but they can also trap us. They make it possible for us......

MALLS ACROSS AMERICA

Throughout the 1980s, as America’s downtown districts declined in importance and the “big-box” stores began their slow march across the country, malls became increasing central to American popular culture, dominating the social life of a large swath of the population. In 1989 Michael Galinsky, a twenty-year-old photographer, drove across the country recording this change: the spaces, textures and pace that defined this era.