In this interview, Marcus and Amber Capone, founders of VETS Inc., share their moving story and mission to bring psychedelic therapy to veterans.
I can’t help but to ask Jung’s opinion about the fact that someone as clearly pathological as Donald Trump has become president. As if anticipating my question, Jung says, “As soon as people get together in masses and submerge the individual, the shadow is mobilized, and as history shows, may even be personified and incarnated.”
The Sunshine Makers, my new feature documentary about the 1960s psychedelic revolution, comes out in US theaters on 20th January 2017. That same day, Donald Trump is inaugurated as President of the United States of America…. So what the hell happened to the psychedelic revolution?
It was infuriating that the solution to much of life’s angst had always been hidden in plain sight if only the veil could have been lifted. The fights I could have sidestepped, the conflicts and squabbles, the overwhelming enormity of self-inflicted suffering that could have been avoided didn’t bear thinking about.
In 2014, Furthur, the legendary magic bus that carried Ken Kesey and his Merry Band of Pranksters across country in 1964, hit the road again to celebrate its fiftieth anniversary. ‘m delighted to interview Lindsay Kent, a multi-talented filmmaker at the heart of a fascinating documentary about the 2014 Furthur trip.