Tag Archives: The Sleepless Film Festival

Terence McKenna Channels John Dee

Good morn, good readers. I woke early to a cloudy Sunday in the Old South, however, this dark little gem has polished my resolve. Wrap yourself in melancholy and join Terence McKenna for this trip through the history of The Great Work. Terence McKenna’s The Alchemical Dream: Rebirth of the Great Work is a 2008 [...]

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The Sleepless Film Festival's Labor Day Special: The Wobblies

Good day, Comrades! Today we celebrate Labor Day in America with this screening of The Wobblies. This 1979 documentary tells the story of the Industrial Workers of the World through interviews with the people who were there during it’s American heyday. Here’s what the Fulvue Drive-In has to say about the film: “…they changed the [...]

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Adios, Amigo.

Hola, As a special treat – an amuse bouche if you will – leading up to our Sleepless Film Festival special installment on Dennis Hopper, here is a cool little documentary that was put together by BBC Channel 2 for their Moving Pictures series. This biography of Hopper follows him from his rise as a [...]

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