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Thread: We're making a film fueled by neurscience. It needs your help.

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    Default We're making a film fueled by neurscience. It needs your help.

    Hello fellow brain enthusiasts,

    We are a small group of filmmakers working to produce and shoot a film fueled by neuroscience. It's a story of friendship, hope, music and the mind, and the inherent connection between people. All people.

    It's a heady concept, a complex story, a simple message, and has one hell of a team backing it up (us).

    But we need help.

    Before going into that, check out our website, or our little explanatory video:

    (That's writer / director Evan Cutler Wattles in the video)

    Basically, we need assistance on two fronts:

    1. Location. If there's anyone here who knows of a lab in or around New York City that would be comfortable with a small, professional film crew coming in for the day to film a scene, please let us know at this email: info@thegodillusion.com and we will forever be in your debt.
    NOTE: With the assistance of Dr. Pascal Wallisch, a visual perception neuroscience professor and scientist at New York University amongst other places, who has helped this film's development since day 1, many labs in New York were contacted and immediately denied us their attention for unclear reasons. Some were more amicable, but none of our leads panned out.

    2. Funding. If this sounds like a project you or anyone you know would be interested in, please visit our indiegogo page, where you can donate in exchange for various perks and prizes, or donate through our fiscal sponsor, Fractured Atlas, through very simple steps on the donate page of our website.

    Thank you for reading.
    We look forward to getting involved in these forums!

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    Default And...

    OH! We forgot to mention, profits from the film will be donated to various organizations dedicated to studying visual perception (like the experiments in our film) and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.

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    Would love to know how this went?

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