In this section of our filmography you will find various works arranged in alphabetical order, which can promote holistic & multidimensional awareness, expanded and shamanic states of consciousness, spiritual guidance and other insights related to astroshamanism.
These works provide a large variety of direct or indirect messages, which include the following: “the objective physical world we believe to live in is a bogus, illusive, simulated or separated reality”; “time, death and the conflict between polarities, or good and evil, are deceptive and virtual features of this separated reality, and do not truly exist”; “everything and everyone is part of the same whole”; “our true nature is multidimensional”; “you are the creator of your own reality”.
The term multidimensional (from Latin multus – many, and dimensio, from dimetri – to measure out) describes the presence of several dimensions or aspects of reality. In ordinary language the term dimension usually refers to the measurements that define the shape and size of a physical object.
For the main page of our filmography containing the general index of themes please click here.
List of movies and TV series with Multidimensional & Holistic Awareness elements:
The Adjustment Bureau: 2011, USA, film written and directed by George Nolfi. A young man discovers that what appear to be chance events in his life are controlled by a technologically advanced intelligence network. After an event not planned by these controllers occurs – a romantic encounter with a young dancer – he struggles against their manipulation despite their promise of a great future for him.
After Life: 1998, Japan, film directed by Hirokazu Koreeda. It is set in a small social-service-style office, acting as a waystation, where the souls of the recently deceased are processed before entering heaven. “Heaven,” for the film, is a single happy memory from one’s life, re-experienced for eternity, which each of the deceased must choose within their seven days at the waystation. Every Monday, a new group of recently deceased people check in, and the “social workers” in the lodge explain to each guest their situation. The newly-dead have until Wednesday to identify the single happiest memory. For the rest of the week, the workers at the institution work to design and replicate each person’s chosen memory, thereby replicating the single happiest moment of that person’s life. This moment is staged and filmed. At the end of the week, the recently deceased watch the films of their recreated happiest memories in a screening room. As soon as each person sees his or her own memory, he or she vanishes to whatever unknown state of existence lies beyond and takes only that single memory with them.
Allegiant: 2016, USA, film directed by Robert Schwentke.
Another Earth: 2011, USA, film directed by Mike Cahill.
Apocalypto, 2006, film directed by Mel Gibson.
Arrival, 2016 American science fiction film directed by Denis Villeneuve and written by Eric Heisserer, based on the 1998 short story “Story of Your Life” by Ted Chiang. Linguistics professor Louise Banks (Amy Adams) leads an elite team of investigators when gigantic spaceships touch down in 12 locations around the world. As nations teeter on the verge of global war, Banks and her crew must race against time to find a way to communicate with the extraterrestrial visitors. Hoping to unravel the mystery, she takes a chance that could threaten her life and quite possibly all of mankind.
Astral City: A Spiritual Journey (Nosso Lar), Brazil, 2010, directed by Wagner de Assis.
Avatar: 2009, USA, film directed and written by James Cameron.
Blueberry: Blueberry: L’expérience secrète, 2004, France, film directed by Jan Kounen.
The Bothersome Man, 2007, Norway, film directed by Jens Lien.
Charlie Jade, 2005, South Africa, TV series created by Chris Roland and Robert Wertheimer.
City of Ember, 2008, film directed by Gil Kenan.
Cloud Atlas, 2012, film directed by Tom Tykwer, Lana Wachowski.
Coherence: 2013, USA/UK, film directed by James Ward Byrkit.
Dark City: 1998, USA/Australia, film directed by Alex Proyas.
Defending Your Life: 1991, USA, film directed by Albert Brooks.
Divergent: 2014, USA, film directed by Neil Burger.
eXistenZ: 1999, USA, film directed by David Cronenberg.
Forbidden Planet, 1956, film directed by Fred McLeod Wilcox.
Fringe: 2008-2013, USA, TV series created by J. J. Abrams, Alex Kurtzman, and Roberto Orci.
The Golden Compass, 2007, film directed by Chris Weitz.
Groundhog Day: 1993, USA, film directed by Harold Ramis.
Hereafter: 2010, USA, film directed by Clint Eastwood.
Immortal Ad Vitam, 2004, film directed by Enki Bilal.
Insurgent: 2015, USA, film directed by Robert Schwentke.
Interstellar: 2014, USA, film directed by Christopher Nolan.
John Carter, 2012, film directed by Andrew Stanton.
Kyle XY: 2006-2009, USA, TV series created by Eric Bress and J. Mackye Gruber.
The Lathe of Heaven, 1980, TV series created by Fred Barzyk, David Loxton.
Man Facing Southeast: Hombre mirando al sudeste, 1986, Argentina, film written and directed by Eliseo Subiela.
The Matrix: 1999, USA/Australia, film written and directed by The Wachowskis.
Matrix Reloaded, 2003, USA/Australia, film written and directed by The Wachowskis.
Matrix Revolution, 2003, USA/Australia, film written and directed by The Wachowskis.
Maze Runner, 2014, film directed by Wes Ball.
Metropia: 2009, Sweden, film directed by Tarik Saleh.
The Neverending Story, 1984, film directed by Wolfgang Petersen.
The Nines: 2007, USA, film written and directed by John August.
Mr Nobody: 2009, Belgium, film written and directed by Jaco Van Dormael.
The OA, 2016, USA. TV series by Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij.
Oblivion, 2013, film directed by Joseph Kosinski.
The One: 2001, USA, film directed by James Wong.
Parallels: 2015, USA, film directed by Christopher Leone.
Prisoners of the Lost Universe: 1983, South Africa, film directed by Terry Marcel.
Roswell: 1999-2002, USA, TV series created by Jonathon Dukes.
Sliders: 1995-2000, USA, TV series created by Robert K. Weiss and Tracy Tormé.
Snowpiercer, 2013, film directed by Bong Joon Ho.
Solaris: 1972, Russia, film directed by Andrei Tarkovsky.
Source Code: 2011, France/USA, film directed by Duncan Jones, written by Ben Ripley.
Stalker: 1979, Russia, film directed by Andrei Tarkovsky.
The Stranger: 1973, USA, film directed by Lee H. Katzin.
The Thirteenth Floor: 1999, USA, film directed by Josef Rusnak.
Tomorrowland, 2015, film directed by Brad Bird.
Touch: 2012-2013, USA, TV series created by Tim Kring.
12 Monkeys: 1995, USA, film directed by Terry Gilliam.
Travelers, 2016, Canada, TV series.
The Truman Show: 1998, USA, film directed by Peter Weir, written by Andrew Niccol.
Under the Dome, 2013, TV series.
What Dreams May Come: 1998, USA, film directed by Vincent Ward.
World On A Wire: Welt am Draht, 1973, Germany, film directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder.
Zardoz, 1974, film directed by John Boorman.
The Zero Theorem, 2013, film directed by Terry Gilliam.
9, 2009, film directed by Shane Acker.