The Three Foundational Elements of a “Conscious Filmmaker”® Motion Picture – that are also found in the most successful movies of all time…

Posted: August 3, 2013 in Conscious Didacticism, Motivations

This important article has been updated since it was first published in January of 2012.  Click on the “View Original” link below which will take you to the entire revised essay.
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UPDATED – March 11th, 2014:   Our definition of a Conscious Filmmaker is an artist with the aware intent to create motion pictures imbued with an enlightened purpose.  Now, why do we refer to such a filmmaker as conscious? Let’s work to fully understand that word.  The word “conscious” is derived from the Latin “conscientia” which means knowledge within oneself, a “sense of right, a moral sense“.  A deeper etymology tells us that the first syllable derives from the Latin com (con) which means with or thoroughly, combined with the Latin “scire”, which means to know.  This is likely borrowed from the Greek “syneidesis” that means knowledge.  So the word conscious can be said to literally mean “thoroughly with knowledge”, and in this context can also mean thoroughly privy to, knowing and aware.  So at its root, consciousness is…

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