Thank you to all of our filmmakers, viewers and voters for making the Mindscape Festival such a great success! Please join us in congratulating the Award Winning Films.
Jury Award Winning Films:
1st Place: Collin McAtee’s “Memoire”
2nd Place: Aisling Chin-Yee’s “Synesthesia”
Runner-Up: Jamie Sterba’s “Simon Says”
Several of our Festival filmmakers have generously agreed to keep their films on Conscious Good. Please continue to enjoy viewing and sharing these amazing films with your community. Watch these films below.
We tip our hat to the hard-work and talent of these filmmakers and their decision to tell these important stories. Each of the participating films are award-worthy and much more.
Thank you again for participating in the Mindscape Film Festival. Working together to get these stories out to the world, we can affect positive change.
Amazing Things Happen
This is an introduction to autism that aims to raise awareness among young non-autistic audiences, to stimulate understanding and acceptance in future generations.
Mr. Leonel is an old medical examiner, polite and well-behaved; his life has become old, repetitive and lonely.
An old man fantasizes over a childhood memory in which he was playing with fire.
A talented young artist gets more than she bargained for on the day her father visits her at her prestigious art conservatoire.
An experience of a Monk's meditation process.
Hacking into the brain’s chemistry through simulating one our most human qualities - laughter.
Ghosts That We Knew
A young woman is forced to confront the embodiment of the voices of doubt in her head.
How To Make A Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich
Making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich seems easy until you think about all the decision making and philosophy behind it.
A young woman struggles to accept her identity as a lion in a house-cat world.
On The Edge
A young man walks towards the edge of a cliff... is he thinking of suicide? A young woman approaches him and it turns out she has a very personal connection with the place.
Parachute is the story of a woman with crippling anxiety. She is alone in life and fears she will end up like her mother, sick and completely alone, so she sets out to try anything to reduce her anxiety.
After an eye-opening psychedelic experience with ayahuasca, Lucas finally faces his lifelong fear of telling Samantha, his childhood friend, that he’s in love with her.
Doris’s mind is slipping... She is not only haunted by the death of her beloved husband James, but she is also struggling with the re-emergence of Ruth – Doris’s sinister alter-ego.
Talc is a character story about a man in remote Australia, who found a book that contained a 5000 year old Sumerian sculpture which lead him to believe that there were meanings in symbols and letters.
An unexpected act of kindness changes someone's trajectory
Sabrina is a young dressmaker who lives in her messy house, surrounded by mannequins, fabrics and old furniture.
OUR ESTEEMED JURY
Sophie H. Janicke, Ph.D. is a positive media psychologist who investigates the role that new and traditional media play in promoting character development, self-transcendent emotions, prosocial behavior, and well-being.
Waylon Lewis is the founder of Elephant Journal & host of Walk the Show and author. He’s been named #1 in U.S. on twitter for #green content twice, Treehugger’s Changemaker & Eco Ambassador in Culture & Celebrity.
Tracee Stanley has been a yoga and meditation practitioner since 1995. She has produced over 35 films and overseen the production of 40 more over the course of her career including films for Warner Bros, Sony, and Millennium.
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