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Film and theatre: The David Lynch Film Department
Folk School for Development of Consciousness, Denmark
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22 December 2010
The Danish Folk School for Development of Consciousness, Rǿrvig Folkehǿjskole, offers a course in film and theatre through the school's David Lynch Film Department. Taught in the context of Consciousness-Based Education, which promotes the blossoming of inner creativity, the course provides an introduction to sound, lighting, scriptwriting, and drama. For students who intend to pursue a career in film, it is also a great opportunity to work with professionals in this field. Courses begin 16 January 2011.
David Lynch as your mentor
Renowned filmmaker David Lynch inaugurated the David Lynch Film Department at a conference held at the school in March 2007.
The 'David Lynch Course' offers students guidance from one of the most acclaimed filmmakers in the world. Instruction is drawn from Mr Lynch's own experience as a director. He describes his method of discovering basic ideas which are further developed in his films.
'Catching the big fish'
As Mr Lynch explains in his book Catching the Big Fish: Meditation, Consciousness, and Creativity, at deeper levels of consciousness more and more profound ideas are to be found. In order to 'catch the biggest fish', access to the most profound level of awareness is required. From this level of awareness one starts to make use of the unused creative potential which lies within.
Consciousness-Based Education and the Transcendental Meditation Programme allow students to experience deeper levels of consciousness and develop greater creativity.
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