Something Unknown is Doing We Don't Know What

"This is better than What the Bleep !"

Cape Town-based filmmaker and photographer Renée Scheltema was inspired to explore the realms of psychic phenomena after a series of curious and unexplainable events happened around her all in a short period of time. The seed was planted and the idea ultimately grew into an award-winning documentary film.

‘Something Unknown is Doing We Don’t Know What’ is a quirky and fascinating film that explores the science behind psychic phenomena.

Renée Scheltema travelled to the US to meet up with the top scientists including para-psychologists, psychologists, physicians, and doctors within the field of research to gain a better understanding of the occurrences.

The Cape Town documentary filmmaker found that experiments of today reveal how science is verifying numerous kinds of connections: 'mind to mind'; 'mind to body' and 'mind to world', demonstrating that psychic abilities are part of our inherent nature.

Experts in the field have hailed the film as “…The best film...on parapsychology that has ever been made...” (Prof. Charles T. Tart) and “...One of the most artistic, comprehensive, beautiful and fair and visionary documentaries on parapsychology and spirituality I have ever seen..." (Prof. Dr Gary E. Schwartz, Ph.D.).

The award winning documentary is available on DVD and can be ordered online.

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