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It Will Die Out in the Mind (The Paranormal Trilogy, part 2). 2006. USA. Directed by Deborah Stratman

Science and the Paranormal

Sunday, June 30, 2013, 5:00 p.m.
Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2
  • On the Various Nature of Things

    1995. USA. Directed by Deborah Stratman. This homage to Michael Faraday reinterprets scientific conventions to illustrate physical concepts based on his 1859 Christmas lectures to the public. “I say apparently, for you must not imagine that, because you cannot perceive any action, none has taken place" (Michael Faraday). 25 min.

  • How among the Frozen Words (The Paranormal Trilogy, part 1)

    2005. USA. Directed by Deborah Stratman. Inspired by a chapter in Francois Rabelais’s 1653 epic novel Gargantua and Pantagruel, in which explosions, cries, and sounds of battle have been frozen into discernable shapes. 1 min.

  • It Will Die Out in the Mind (The Paranormal Trilogy, part 2)

    2006. USA. Directed by Deborah Stratman. Texts from Andrei Tarkovsky’s film Stalker, in which Stalker’s daughter offers a more expansive concept for the human spirit than logic or technology. 4 min.

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Program 61 min.

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Image: It Will Die Out in the Mind (The Paranormal Trilogy, part 2). 2006. USA. Directed by Deborah Stratman