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    This short film seemed to will itself into being - it started as a small project that was plagued at every turn by disaster - but, miraculously, it grew and morphed at each hurdle it faced and became more and more meaningful and personal as a result. It is, broadly speaking, a story of a man letting go and finding himself, much as this video found its own way almost despite our involvement. This video is without dialogue and external action. It's also incredibly personal. It was very important and cathartic for us to make. But we made it earnestly, as a gift for whomever sees it. We hope it strikes a chord and continues to live without us. -Wilding/Augusto Directed By Wilding/Augusto Produced by George Augusto and Michael Shifflett Cinematography/Editing by Andrew Wilding Featuring Gregory Rogove and Frankie Ingrassia Music: "Carolyn" by Greg Rogove (From the album PIANA)http://www.gregoryrogove.com/yobananaboy/piana.html http://www.knittingfactoryrecords.com/artists/gregory-rogove/ and "Shaker Loops" by John Adams. Huge thanks to the most incredible, sincere, diligent, and utterly committed cast and crew. You can feel the dedication and craft in every frame. Thank you.

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    • Open Titles for OFFF Mexico 2014 by Héctor Ayuso


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      “Daydreaming is an uncensored exploration, without controlling it, of ideas and emotions. Often, the best ideas, come from those moments when you’re not trying.” Maira Kalman For the first time in 14 years, OFFF director Héctor Ayuso directs OFFF Mexico Open Titles in collaboration with Barcelona based Outro Studio. All those moving images that we receive once we close our eyes or daydream are images that we have captured all along our life. They are part of our life and a reason to turn on our creativity. Without the audience and the team, OFFF Festival wouldn't have been completed. Shot with a dragon red 6K, this short film showcases Héctor's interest in Carl Gustav Jung’s analysis and studies on dreams and the subconscious and the important meaning behind them. A Film by Héctor Ayuso Directed by Héctor Ayuso & Marc Castellví Edited & Colored by Outro Studio Art Direction by Outro Studio Assistant Director: Eme Gómez DOP: Javi Arrontes Music & Sound Design: Ben Lukas Boysen Making off: Enrique Moreno Production & Logistics: Judit Farré Camera Assistant: Pablo López Gaffer: Enric Miranda Snake by Animals on Films Catering: Mireia Anglada Featuring: Nathalie Koutia, Adrià Lapiedra, Cosmoswingers, Paula Rufi, Gal·la Pascual, David Vera, Ernest Fàbrega, Teresa Serradell, Jordi Vinyals, Felipe de Leonardo, Laura Farré, Joan Scufesis, Cristina Moya and "Perlita" the dog No animals were harmed on this film Special Thanks to Josué Ibáñez, Alejandro Machorro, Nathalie Koutia, Ash Thorp, Carl Gustav Jung, Harmony Korine, Jordi Vinyals, David Vera, Paula Rufi, Lia de Castro, Felipe de Leonardo, Perlita de Castro Varela, Anna, Núria & Neus www.hectorayuso.me www.outrostudio.com

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      • Forever Jung - Revista Viena 2011


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        "Forever Jung", por REVISTA VIENA www.revistaviena.blogspot.com www.locomotorafilms.com Actores: Fabricio Saliceti (paciente) Daniel Sigmund (Gerardo) El tio (Jung musculoso) Ingrid Kleiner (Jung bailarina) Mariana Zourarakis (Jung bailarina) Música: Letra e Idea: RevistaViena Marcelo Lupis (voz Gerardo) Nicolás Ospina (voz paciente) Jeró Verdún (preMezcla y VST) Andrés Rotmistrovsky (Solo guitarra) Dirección: Diego Rotmistrovsky Asist. dirección: Ariel Antar Lerner Guión: Jonás Rosenthal Producción / Realización : Locomotorafilms Agradecimientos especiales: ¡Alicia y Hector por prestar el espacio! y ¡Eva Bisceglia por la supervisión y buena onda! ¡Muchísimas gracias a todos aquellos que participaron con su tiempo y trabajo por el proyecto! Todos los derechos reservados bajo Creative Commons. Para bajar el audio: http://freakshare.com/files/nfn772uo/Forever-Jung---Revista-Viena-2011.mp3.html

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        • El símbolo del sol, centro que armoniza y da sentido a nuestra vida


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          Analizamos a la luz de la mitología Latinoamericana, Sumeria y Griega el significado del símbolo del sol en nuestra vida. Formación en astrología psicológica Picología de Jung

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          • The Two Hands of God (Good and Evil in Analytical Psychology)


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            The aim of this video piece is to neither trivialise nor criticise the figures of Adolf Hitler or Jesus Christ. Both of their images are used here as representations of archetypal principles. The image of Hitler has become an icon, albeit a negative icon. It is hard to think of another persons image that carries the entire weight of a principle, i.e. the principle of evil. In contrast, the image of Christ represents, or at least did, the polar opposite principle of good. The image of Christ that I use here is of an 18th century Russian Icon. Through the course of the video the faces of Hitler and Christ merge in and out of one another in a slow and subtle manner, creating at times a synthesis or bi-polar hybrid of oppositional principles. The text spoken in the video comes from a transcript of a lecture given by the founder of analytical depth psychology, Carl Gustav Jung. The text discusses the reality of encountering the principles of good and evil in an analytical context and the amoral nature of nature. In analytical terminology, that which is in opposition to an individuals conscious viewpoint resides in their shadow, in their unconscious. The devil, from a psychological perspective, is a personification of all that contradicts ones conscious point of view. Even if the contradictory position is good, from a moral point of view, it will still appear as the devil to the perceiving consciousness. All separated opposites seek union with one other and this can occur in both positive and negative forms, i.e. through conflict (repulsion/war) or through love (positive attraction). In archetypal terms, Satan is Christs shadow and Christ is Satans shadow. Preceding the Christian myth, in the Jewish scriptures, the god-image was a unified patriarchal antinomy. He ruled the land with a left and right hand. Often the left hand did not know what the right hand was doing, as the Book of Job exposes. At this stage in our collective development the opposites were contained in the unreflective and unconscious god-image but in the Christian myth a split occurred. The god-image became reflective and the opposites were torn asunder. Christ was the incarnation of good on earth and Satan fell from the heavens, i.e. the left hand was cleaved from the right. The relevance of this is immediate because it is an expression and representation of our psychological anatomy, i.e. the archetypes of the collective unconscious. Just as the contemporary arts can personify the current movement or intentions of this psychic anatomy so too can myths, fairytales and religious texts. The contemporary world is in a disassociated state. The split of opposites, which occurred irreconcilably at the beginning of the Christian era, has culminated. This Christian disassociation was the unavoidable consequence of a necessary collective psychological development. The likes of Marx, Darwin, Nietzsche and Freud have all plumbed the topographical Christian shadow in an attempt to resurrect the repressed energies there; but often at the idolisation of the repressed content. The healing of this collective split, which pervades our emotional and psychological ether, lies in the conscious realisation of the paradoxical union of opposites. It involves the integration of our shadow, i.e. the opposite of all our conscious ideals. This is nothing less than the wide-awake merging of seemingly irreconcilable polar opposites. It is the merging of good and evil, of masculine and feminine and ultimately, the two hands of God. www.myspace.com/matthewjanthony

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            • IMAGO


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              IMAGO Obrazy a dialógy s nejasnou postavou v našom vnútri / Images and dialogues with the ambiguous character within SK Sme unikátne, jedinečné bytosti, sme samotári, sme muži a ženy žijúci vedľa seba. Zároveň sme rozpoltené bytosti, ktoré sami seba dopĺňajú, muž v žene a žena v mužovi. Hlas nášho protipólu sa neustále, chtiac - nechtiac prebíja navonok. Čím viac a hlbšie ho budeme zatláčať, tým viac bude kričať smerom von, tým viac bude narúšať náš denný chod a bude nás dostávať do nekľudu. EN We are unique, special human beings. We are solitary, men and women living beside each other. At the same that we are fractured creatures we are completeing ourselves. Man in woman and woman in man. The voice of our antithesis is fighting its way out. The more we push it inside the more it will scream out, invading our everyday lives and creating an inescapable anxiety. PERFORMANCE Réžia / Direction Lucia Kašiarová Pohyb / Movement Soňa Ferienčíková, Jaro Ondruš Scéna / Stage setting Marie Gourdain Hudba / Music Mikoláš Růžička Svetelný dizajn / Light design Pavel Kotlík TRAILER Camera: Simona Weisslechner Editing: P.M. Music: My Brightest Diamond - If I were Queen Residencie: VARP-PA, Studio ALTA Projekt podporili MKSR, MKČR, MHMP, ALT@RT

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              • AJC #6 - The Interrogation of Nothingness: Psyche’s Response to the Question, “Why is There Not Nothing"


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                We are an organization out of Asheville, North Carolina, bringing world class Jungian teachers out of Zurich and other sites to offer seminars to people via the internet and DVD. We independently produce these videos and make them available to a wide audience. This excerpt is from an hour seminar lead by Josephine Evetts-Secker, a renowned Jungian Analyst from London. She engages the intense question of "what is there in the absence of all?" What were we before our births and what do we return to after our deaths? These profound questions can only be glimpsed in the arcane realm of prose, poetry and paradox. Josephine dives with us into this uncertain world and wrestles with these powerful questions. Best Regards, Asheville Jung Center

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                • AJC #4 - The Use of Active Imagination in Jungian Analysis


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                  We are an organization out of Asheville, North Carolina, bringing world class Jungian teachers out of Zurich and other sites to offer seminars to people via the internet and DVD. We independently produce these videos and make them available to a wide audience. This excerpt is from a 3 hour seminar lead by Murray Stein & Paul Brutsche on Active Imagination hosted live from Zurich in August 2009. Best Regards, Asheville Jung Center

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                  • AJC #7 - Giovanni Segantini: Darkness—Yearning—Creative Fulfillment


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                    We are an organization out of Asheville, North Carolina, bringing world class Jungian teachers out of Zurich and other sites to offer seminars to people via the internet and DVD. We independently produce these videos and make them available to a wide audience. This excerpt is from a 70 minute seminar lead by kathrin Asper, a renowned Zurich Jungian Analyst. She explores in amazing depth the life's work and soul of the 19th Century Italian painter Giovanni Segantini. She covers both his personal background and some profound aspects of his art. Numerous paintings are displayed and examined for both their artistic and archetypal nature. Best Regards, Asheville Jung Center

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                    • Lapis Philosophorum


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                      Carl G. Jung or Lapis Philosophorum. This is a film portrait of Dr. Jung at work. It was filmed by Jerome Hill in 1950 at the home of Carl Gustav Jung, and was edited by Jonas Mekas in 1991. Voice: Carl Gustav Jung 
Music: Jerome Hill

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