Slo-Mo Doco Screening Here!

Nick Dunlop’s documentary “The Making of Collision Course” is now available for viewing at It’s a behind-the-scenes look at the production of a rather amazing piece of human movement-meets-modern-technology. Soundscape by me and my London collaborator, Pete Ardron 🙂 Filmed and produced by Carmelo Musca of CM Films and Garry Stewart of Australian Dance Theatre and a host of glorious bodies to boot. I hope you enjoy! This scope of music is part of a genre which is also used wiith healing modalities and natural birthing methods, sending into peaceful sleep many people who were previously experiencing disturbed and restless sleep or even insomnia. It’s also brilliant for driving, headaches and acts as a really good noise filter. To find out how to get hold of your own copy of Interuterion send us an email using the contact form on this site. Let me know what other uses you find for it!

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One Response to “Slo-Mo Doco Screening Here!”
  1. Maggie

    I recently watched the making of collision course and was blown away by the whole thing, the music is sublime, absolutely love it and would love to have a copy of the soundtrack,I am a photographic artist and love to listen to music when I’m working on the computer,especially beautiful music like yours.

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