Posts Tagged ‘Toby Amies’
An interview with Toby Amies, director of The Man Whose Mind Exploded, for the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Faculty of Neuropsychiatry’s newsletter, Neuropsychiatry News (pg 33-37). Here, Amies describes his approach and the ethical considerations involved with filming Drako Oho Zahazar, a man whose anterograde amnesia subsequent to two traumatic brain injuries means he can never remember his personal champion
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Tags: Dr Greg Neate, Faculty of Neuropsychiatry, Neuropsychiatry News, Royal College of Psychiatrists, The Man Whose Mind Exploded, Toby Amies
This affectionate, unflinching gonzo documentary sees Toby Amies bring to screen this portrait of an eccentric, extraordinary man who lacks for short term memory and in doing so has created the film that the self-styled Drako Oho Zarhazar was seemingly destined to star in.
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Tags: brain injury, Brighton, cognitive impairment, Documentary film, Drako Oho Zarhazar, Greg Neate, Journal of Medical Humanities, The Man Whose Mind Exploded, Toby Amies, Trust. Absolute. Unconditional