The Sleep Paralysis Project, is a short film and cross-platform initiative co-produced by Rich Pickings. It includes a series of events, a web resource and a short film entitled Devil In The Room, all geared towards promoting an understanding of, and creatively exploring, the spooky phenomenon of sleep paralysis
The Guardian Science Weekly has just released a podcast dedicated to the project and surrounding subject matter, including interviews with some of the key contributors. Meanwhile Devil In The Room has been selected to compete for the Grand Prix Animation at the 19th Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival, the country’s leading international short film showcase. The film will screen as part of the animation programme on September 20th at Bristol’s Arnolfini. It has also been selected to screen as part of this year’s London Animation Festival in October among other festivals and events. You can read some more background on the project on the Wellcome Trust blog, listen to a radio features on Monocle radio (from minute :24) and Resonance FM and read about it in the Huffington Post.
Here’s a trailer for the short film: