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Dallas VideoFest says
It’s common for a film to have one—maybe two—dream sequences that add clarity to the broader narrative. COLLECTIVE:UNCONSCIOUS is a film made up of five dream sequences sans the broader narrative.
Each of the five dreams is an adaptation of a real dream had by one of the five filmmakers: A high school gym teacher runs drills inside a volcano; the grim reaper hosts a game show; a woman battles a creature growing inside her; and a man (Frank Mosley) and his grandmother hide from an ominous broadcast.
Directors include Lily Baldwin, Frances Bodomo (Grand Jury Prize Winner at the 2014 Dallas International Film Festival), Daniel Patrick Carbone, Josephine Decker, and Lauren Wolkstein. By bringing their own dreams to life in COLLECTIVE:UNCONSCIOUS, the directors transport viewers to a place between sleep and consciousness.
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By: Dallas VideoFest

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