is the first mature application of Integral Theory to any
domain of art.
Sean Esbjorn-Hargens, PhD,
Founding Director of the
Integral Research Center
This passionate quest to explore the
further reaches of film theory and practice is inspiring and
holds great promise.
Jean Picker Firstenberg,
President Emeritus, The
This work represents one of the most
advanced and profound meta-theory's of art and cinema to date.
Michael Schwartz, PhD,
History and Art,
Augusta State University
Marks ground-breaking and cutting-edge
theories and applications for using the various multimedia
expressive dimensions of text, image (still & moving), sound,
and interactivity to induce a synchronization of the senses have
been an invaluable contribution to our research and helped us to
implement a more effective multimedia mental health care
intervention across intentional, behavioral, cultural, and
social dimensions of human experience.
Benjamin Van Voorhees, MD, MPH
(Chief, Division of
and Adolescent Medicine and
of Clinical Pediatrics, University
of Illinois College of
Medicine at Chicago)
Mark is a pioneer in the application of
transpersonal, transcendental, and integral approaches to the
theory and practice of the cinematic arts and the exploration of
the relationship between the moving image and human
James Fadiman, Ph.D.
Producer, Co-Founder and Faculty
Member of the Institute of
Psychology and Sofia University)