Thought Broadcasting is a film about psychosis and surveillance. A hybrid documentary, the film draws upon real-life accounts of a schizophrenic disorder: the belief that one's thoughts are being transmitted and heard by others. The film reveals a fragmented inner world of paranoid delusions and acute anxiety, off-set with revelations of mass surveillance by corporations and government security agencies.
Cast: Alan Creedon (Patient); Clara Casian (AV Technician); Adele Jordan, Andrea Zapp (Psychiatrists)
Filmed, edited & directed by Nick Jordan
Original soundtrack score: Lord Mongo