Mary Trainor-Brigham, Therapist, M.A. Culture & Spirituality, has had 15 years experience as a Film Columnist, and was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. She has brought together her twin passions – for indigenous cultures and movies – in therapeutic programs, international workshops, documentary films, and now Deep Cinema.
Articles by Mary Trainor-Brigham
Shamans were the first master storytellers. As the preeminent narrators of our age, screenwriters can share in this venerable heritage. And in so doing, you can help reverse movie making's current disastrous trend of taking us deeper and deeper into ever more shallow waters.
Key to Shamans' authority is the sheer scope and acuity of their consciousness. Ritual healers, they are the o... (read more)