1. Music video - Song "Nightingales" -- words by Mikhail Tanich, music by Ilya Y. Dukhovny, Performed by Group "Lesopoval" -- English subtitle & video by Dimitri Devyatkin, 2012. Tanich is a beloved Russian poet and songwriter, many of whose songs are about being in Soviet era prison camps as a political prisoner. He died in 2008 - See ru.wikipedia.org/wik/Танич_Михаил_Исаевич. All video sequences are produced by Dimitri Devyatkin. Camera work was by J. Scott Dodds, Vic Losick, Vadim Alisov and Dimitri Devyatkin.

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  2. Lebensgarten – (Garden of Life) Steyerberg is a settlement community, where the goal is a common desire for a harmonious coexistence with people and nature.

    A non-profit association founded in 1986, starting with 27 row houses built in 1938 for workers in the Nazi armaments industry; it now has 62 houses. It's located in the town of Steyerberg, in Lower Saxony, Germany.

    There is no guru or chief here., no common faith, religion or church affiliation. All spiritual paths are respected. Website - lebensgarten.de

    Declan and Margrit Kennedy were among the founders. Declan is a world renowned architect, permaculture designer and healer. Born in Ireland in 1934, he loves dance and rock 'n' roll. His website - declan.de

    Video tape by Dimitri Devyatkin -- website devyatkin.org

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  3. Documentary about research in Russia in expanded human mental potential. Includes a famous Russian village healer and seer, Perfiry Ivanov, mothers who teach young children to swim, a method of learning using psychological Suggestion.

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  4. Life in the "Liberated" zones during the guerilla war of 1986. Child warriors, real life experiences and combat footage. Original music, sound design, voice actors doing translations in a studio collaboration.

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  5. An infamous television-bashing demonstration

    On March 11, 2000, the movement, "Soyuz 2000" created a stir in Moscow with an infamous television-bashing demonstration in front of the central statue of Karl Marx. Several young demonstrators lifted two vintage Soviet "televiziori" representing the two big Russian TV channels, ORT and RTR, and heaved them against the monument. A young man with a green Mohawk-hairdo briefly danced on the ruins as foreign correspondents' cameras whirred.
    Producer-Director-Camera -- Dimitri Devyatkin devyatkin.org

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