We’ve been busy adding to our online resources. You can now view a video of selected clips from January’s screening and discussion event at London Short Film Festival.
You can also listen to a full recording of the event on Soundcloud.
And of you fancy some nocturnally-themed music, you might enjoy the Spotify playlist from the event.
Alongside this, our resident researcher Dan Denis has written a selection of new articles for the website. These look at the neurobiology and cultural and historical associations of sleep paralysis as well as offering guidance on management of persistent episodes. You can find these of the main website. The Project was also featured in Electric Sheep’s March online issue, alongside some brilliant articles and reviews related to sleep and film.
Some of the Project’s audio research materials were broadcast in a half hour radio show on Resonance FM. The show included discussion about the project and the phenomenon of sleep paralysis, as well as clips from interviews, music created for the short film and even a recreation of one interviewee’s typical auditory hypnogogic hallucination experience. You can hear a podcast of the radio show here.
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