Drako Oho Zaraharzar can remember modelling for Salvador Dali and hanging out with The Stones. But he can't remember yesterday. This "beautifully intimate and utterly unique piece of cinema" gained 4 star reviews from The Times, The Guardian and The Independent in the UK. Filmed over four years, The Man Whose Mind Exploded attempts to understand and accept the worldview of someone with serious brain damage, and it resonates for anyone who's tried to care for someone who may not be great at caring for themselves. Following a severe head injury, Drako Zaraharzar suffers from terrible memory loss, he can access memories from before his accident, but can't imprint new ones. As he puts it, "the recording machine in my head doesn't work". Consequently, and as an antidote to depression he chose to live "completely in the now" according to the bizarre mottos delivered to him whilst in a coma. Toby Amies starts off making a film exploring Drako's lurid and exotic backstory including work with Dali, Warhol's Factory, Les Folies Bergère, and Derek Jarman. But frighteningly soon a line is crossed, and the documentary maker becomes carer. Drako's way of life and the extraordinary collage of notes to self and erotic art he lives in [the source of the film's title] threatens his health. What follows is unique, eccentric, funny and moving documentary about the relationship between two men, one who's trying to make a film about the other, who's existing in what appears to be a separate reality. 2013 Succulent Pictures/Perfectmotion LTD
The Art of Flight features equal parts action and adventure mixed with the inevitable drama encountered along the way, presenting viewers with an exclusive opportunity to appreciate firsthand what it feels like to take part in these exhilarating endeavors. Brace yourself for a new breed of action sports film as Red Bull Media House, in association with Brain Farm Digital Cinema, present The Art of Flight, a Curt Morgan film. This recipe yields the most comprehensive look ever into the quest to progress snowboarding to previously unimaginable heights. Two years in the making, The Art of Flight gives iconic snowboarder Travis Rice and friends the opportunity to redefine what is possible in the mountains. Experience the highs, as new tricks are landed and new zones opened, alongside the lows, where avalanches, accidents and wrong turns strike. Receive unprecedented access to the best snowboarders in the world as Rice handpicks his accomplices from the top riders of our time including John Jackson, Mark Landvik, Scotty Lago, Nicolas Muller, DCP, Mark McMorris, Jake Blauvelt, Pat Moore and Jeremy Jones. Join in the sometimes successful, often trying quest to open up new, unexplored mountains. Chilean Patagonia’s Darwin Range, Alaska’s Tordrillo Range, Wyoming’s Snake River Range, Aspen, Colorado, the Andes, as well as British Columbia’s Kootenay Mountains, Revelstoke and Goat Range are the stage for this epic production. Immerse yourself in the cinematic experience as Brain Farm and their ever-expanding arsenal of filmmaking technology and tools are used to capture the dramatic beauty of the culture, wildlife and stunning scenic landscapes the riders take in along the way. This fall, the creators of That’s It, That’s All and Brain Farm’s all star production team completely rewrite the formula for action sports cinema with The Art of Flight.
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