by Conscious Good

Mindscape Film Festival

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”

Theatrical Audience Award: Jamie Sterba’s “Simon Says”

On-Line Audience Award: Laura Snow’s “Leave Taking”


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.


Betsy Chasse is an internationally known author, speaker and filmmaker (What The Bleep Do We Know?)

Kelly Noonan Gores is the writer, director, and producer of HEAL, a documentary feature film exploring how our thoughts, beliefs, and emotions affect our biology and ability to heal.

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.

Gregory Kennedy-Salemi has been working with Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh (Thay) for the past five years on two mindfulness based social change projects.

Dr. Jay Kumar’s research project on “The New Currency of Happiness” explores the social, scientific and spiritual dimensions of happiness in relation to wealth and wellbeing.

Mickey Lemle is a producer, director ,and multi-award winning documentary filmmaker (The Other Side of the Moon; Our Planet Earth; Compassion in Exile; Ram Dass Fierce Grace; The Last Dalai Lama?)

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.



 The films you see here are only half the picture when it comes to truly engaging with the mysteries of the mind. Our non-profit collaborators are in the field day-in and day-out advancing research and educating our communities in endless ways using the mind as a tool to lead healthier and happier lives. We will donate 10% of ticket proceeds from the Mindscape Film Festival Tour to these organizations. Learn more about our partners by clicking below or find out how you can help raise funds by hosting your own screening of the Mindscape Film Festival here.