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Written, Directed, Painted and Produced by Viviane Silvera

Produced by Jon Cornick:  Jon is an Emmy-nominated television and film producer.  He was executive producer of the film "State and Maine" written by David Mamet, and "Nuremberg" starring Alec Baldwin, for which he won the gemini award  for outstanding mini series and was nominated for an emmy. He began his career as associate producer on "Super Mario Brothers" and went on to form the production company El Dorado Pictures with Alec Baldwin where he produced the film "Lymelife" and "Shortcut to Happiness".  he also produced the feature films "Waterproof", "Hick", "Second Nature" and "the Scarlett Letter", among many others. Jon is a member of the Directors Guild of America and is an avid photographer. 

Edited by Thomas Rivera Montes and Matthew Connelly

Commentary by:

Paul Browde, M.D. a psychiatrist, with expertise in narrative therapy. He founded the company Narativ Inc., which aims at transforming individuals, teams, and organizations through the art of storytelling.

Cheryl Dolinger Brown, LCSW,  a certified as a Psychoanalyst, Imago Relationship Therapist (Advanced Clinician and Consultant), a PACT (Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy) level 2 therapist and a Somatic Experience Practioner.

Robert Elvove, M.D. is assistant professor of clinical psychiatry at the Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons and medical director at The Valley Hospital general psychiatric unit in Ridgewood, New Jersey

Gerald Epstein, M.D. is the Director of the American Institute for Mental Imagery (AIMI) and is Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York City.

Eric R. Kandel, M.D. is University Professor and Fred Kavli Professor, Department of Neuroscience, Columbia University; and Senior Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute. He is Director of the Kavli Institute for Brain Science and Co-Director of the Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute. He has been recognized with the Albert Lasker Award, the Heineken Award of the Netherlands, the Gairdner Award of Canada, the Harvey Prize and the Wolf Prize of Israel, the National Medal of Science USA, and the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 2000.

Silvana Riggio, M. D. is Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Dr. Riggio is the Medical Director for the NFL Neurological Care Program at Mount Sinai and serves as an independent Neuro Trauma Consultant for the NFL.

Daniela Schiller, PhD. is Associate Professor of Neuroscience and Lab Director of the Schiller Laboratory of Affective Neuroscience at Mount Sinai. Her line of research focuses on the neural mechanisms underlying emotional control.

Paul Brill (music), has received 3 Emmy Award nominations for his scores for the films, “Full Battle Rattle” (National Geographic), “The Devil Came on Horseback” (Break Thru Films), and “The Trials of Darryl Hunt” (HBO). Paul won the first-ever Best Music Award from the International Documentary Association for his score for the film, “Better this World.” He collaborated with Rock legends U2 on the HBO film, “Burma Soldier,” composing a new string arrangement for an acoustic version of their classic song, “Walk On.” He recently completed work on the Emmy Award-winning, 6 hour PBS documentary, “The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross,” with noted historian Henry Louis Gates and additional musical contributions from Wynton Marsalis. 

James Guastaferro (sound design), is a singer, songwriter, composer, multi-instrumentalist, performer, producer, home-recording engineer, sound designer and arranger. He was a founding member of the NYC indie electronic band Tones From The Underground with which he released four albums.  He had his music used in films such as a “The Last Ghost of War” and "Behati Supreme" and his songs used by choreographers in performances at Alvin Alley, Bryant Park, Jacob's Pillow, Flushing Town Hall and the NYC based dance company Barkin/Sellisen Project.