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the Origin of Love (trailer)  

A journey through which man and woman's backs become interconnected and they become a one.

Director: Chohyun Lim & Hoisun Kim
Cho&Hoi film, 2012©

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Sleep Paralysis  

Have you ever heard of sleep paralysis? Have you experienced it yourself?
If not, here's an experience you don't want to miss.

1. Sit in a room, alone.
2. Turn off the lights.
3. Make the video full screen and watch it in HD.
4. Put on headphones and turn the volume up.
5. Press PLAY and enjoy!

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Mesmerize Me  

Recently featured in USA Today.

1880s California. A traveling hypnotist is hired to cure a troubled young woman. Will their rivalry blossom into romance, or will Estella continue to fixate on a love long since dead?

*James Bridges Award
*Carole Fielding Award
*FujiFilm Graduate Thesis Award
*Deluxe Thesis Award
*Opening Night Selection, Best Cinematography & Best Visual Design, UCLA Festival of New Works

24 minute narrative short film. 35mm.

Here's what the THE WOMEN'S ROOM ( had to say:

"The film is charming, and 24 minutes long, so we suggest you make
yourselves a nice cup of tea, or if you are reading after 6.00pm perhaps a
glass of wine, put your feet up and enjoy the work of this talented female
director and her mostly female crew as a way to start the prelude to a week
of celebrating women. TWR popcorn anyone?", a Cosmopolitan award winning blog for college age readers, says
"Are you a fan of period dramas? Forever glued to ITV’s Downton Abbey?
Then you’re sure to love Kate Hackett’s award winning short film 'Mesmerize Me.'"

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Written and Directed by Kate Hackett
Starring Natalie Smyka, Cameron Cash
Cinematography by Cat Deakins
Original Score by Nora Kroll-Rosenbaum

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