Support a New Documentary about the Life and Work of Stanley Krippner
Saybrook University is proud to announce that it is sponsoring a film on the life and work of its most noted professor, Dr. Stanley Krippner.
As a professor and lecturer, Stanley has inspired and mentored new generations of explorers in wide ranging fields. He is perhaps unparalleled in his work in the study of consciousness, one of science’s last frontiers.
Renowned as he is as a scholar, he is equally famous among his peers and students for his generosity with his time and counsel. Hundreds of Saybrook students have had their lives changed not just by his work, but by his accessibility.
“The Invisible Worlds of Dr. Stanley Krippner” will be a celebration of his life and legacy, putting together over 65 hours of existing interviews with Dr. Krippner along with interviews with his colleagues, former students, and friends. Among these are Jean Huston, Dean Radin, Micky Hart, and many others.
The film team is now seeking additional funding to complete the story, edit and produce it, and engage in post production. By producing the film and creating an innovative multi-platform audio/visual document on Stanley’s life and teachings, the documentary team hopes to continue a worldwide discussion about humanistic psychology, anomalous experiences such as telepathy, anomalous healing, dreams, mysticism, and more, and how these phenomena might alter our understanding of human consciousness, the human brain, and space and time.
Please click here to find out more about the project, and to watch a short trailer from the film. Or click here to donate directly. All donations go into a dedicated film fund to be used solely to fund the project. And of course all donations are tax deductible.
Stanley Krippner has already changed countless lives – and maybe yours. But we believe he can continue to change countless more. Learn how you can help.