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Memory-Lane.Tv – A new multisensory method for Alzheimer patients and caregivers

Integrative and Mind Body medicine are two fascinating fields in constant development. here is what’s going on in the world of Alzheimer’s and Dementia…Fascinating. Memory-Lane.Tv is a personalized multi-sensory on-demand video platform helping dementia patients and caregivers through the combination of several therapies : guided imagery, music and auditory integration, chronobiology, olfactory stimulation. An expanding library of therapeutic and interactive sessions, stimulating …

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“Voyageur 1608” – 200 years of French presence in N. America

From the glacial Winds of Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, all the way to the Golf of Mexico, from Terre Neuve to the Louisiana, « Voyageur » finds his Franco American roots and travels in time. A docu-fiction filmed as an historical documentary, mixing past and present in a new narrative form, this 10,000 miles road movie, searches for a path in the …

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Camden International Film Festival 2014 – Shadows and Sunlight

  Camden Maine, a tranquil, picturesque harbor in mid-coast Maine coast is « must » destination for any traveller. Meandering streets lead down to rustic piers where traditional schooners anchor, islands float on the distant horizon, and grand mansions proudly survey the Penobscot Bay. Camden is an authentic quaint Maine village where fine dining, culture, and local color have found the perfect …

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Old Time Music, Sweet Chariot Music and Art Festival

In this short clip, meet the most incredible Andy Woolf leading on Fiddle, The Young virtuoso Sam Amidon, The Pirate Bob Lucas on Banjo, Story Teller Frederick Park after he dropped his wash board lead a dance with Georgia Rose Armstrong Park, Chloe Manor and Susannah Armstrong Park, Reuel Parker on mandoline, Nick Appolonio on guitar along with Will brown, Beth Molaro clogging, Dean Stevens on the guitar, and …

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Voyage In Caves…

While filming a documentary “The Sens of Knowledge” in the Bourré Caves, Esprit Voyageur goes on a walkabout and looses himself in a real and yet totally abstract univers : 80 miles of underground caves. Reality and Fiction are mixed together in a long improvised sequence shot. The Voyageur is looking for a direction. During this voyage, he discovers a …

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“Le Petit Oignon” – Dostoyevski

Selected scenes from the Fyodor Dostoyevsky master piece, “The Karamasov Brothers”, Frédéric Constant, a French Director,  adapted this original theatre piece where  Catherine Pietri is purely and simply extraordinaire ! Morceaux choisis….

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Atlas Films

For almost 10 years, I had the good fortune to work side by side with one of the greatest news reporter of the XXth Century, Camille Chatelot. Camille Chatelot spent most of his life traveling around the world for as Pathé News from 1946 until 1976. Before he passed away in 2001, at age 92, he was still a fascinating optimist …

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Sweet Chariot Music Festival

Once upon a time, on the coast of Maine… This is how the story began. And everything that followed, Was just a dream. Part II : Led by Geoff Kaufman and Daisy Nell,  sweet charioteers sail from boat to boat, jumping from one schooner to another to invite everyone to join the fun. Merci Monsieur Douglas Day.

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Le Clos de la Meslerie, Un Vin d’excellence…

  Peter Hahn is a Wine maker from the Loire Valley. His wine is probably one of the finest nectar of the region  “Le Clos de la Meslerie“. His secret is simple, he does everything by himself. By hand. No industrial process whatsoever in the making of his wine. He carefully selects each grape, And as you can witness in …

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Web Links !

As I peruse the web for professional and personal reasons, I often come accross surprising and sometimes mind blowing web sites, videos or articles. In november, as I was attending a Sacred and profane event on a magical island, lost in a battery steel, I was reminded of the next installation I want to do… Jim Wilson | God’s Chorus …