June was a busy month for the Sleep Paralysis project. The short film Devil In The Room premiered at the Royal College of Art Graduate show, screening in a gallery exhibit and also in a special event at the college. This event saw the film screen alongside another short, Limbus, by project contributor Helena Patey. The films were followed by a talk about sleep paralysis by prof Christopher French and Dan Denis from Goldsmiths’ Anomolistic Psychology Research Unit. The event was rounded off by a live vocal performance of two songs written for Devil In the Room, by composer Dominic de Grande. You can see a recording of the presentations and music on vimeo.

Royal College of Art event: sleep paralysis discussion and music from Sleep Paralysis Project on Vimeo.

We’ve also had some lovely coverage recently. This includes  feature on Monocle Radio (from 00:24), a piece on the Wellcome Trust Blog and a piece in the most recent edition of the fantastic Skeptic Magazine.

Devil in The Room is now beginning its festival and exhibition life and will be coming to a big or small screen near you soon!


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