How Mistakes Were NOT Made Went Viral — Margaret Anna Alice & Robin Monotti
We hope you’ll be joining us to hear from our wonderful guest speakers at today's WCH General Assembly Meeting.
You're invited to join us TODAY in the WCH Newsroom for General Assembly Meeting #82. Our guests this week include Robin Monotti and Margaret Anna Alice.
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Robin Monotti | The Book of Vision
Robin is an architect and filmmaker who started a production company called Luminous Arts Productions that created a feature film about the doctor-patient relationship in the history of medicine called The Book of Vision, executively produced by Terrence Malick and starring Charles Dance.
The film opened the International Critics Week of the Venice Film Festival of 2020 and the Warsaw International Film Festival 2020 and is available to watch on demand on most digital platforms in the UK & Ireland. You can follow Robin Monotti on Telegram and Twitter.
Margaret Anna Alice | Mistakes Were NOT Made
Margaret Anna Alice is the author of the fairy tale The Vapor, the Hot Hat, & the Witches’ Potion, which she published as a children’s book for adults and children alike. She writes about media narratives, politics, propaganda, mass control, psychology, history, philosophy, language, film, art, music, literature, culture, and health with a focus on Covid-19 on her Substack.
Margaret Anna aims to unmask totalitarianism and awaken the sleeping before tyranny triumphs.
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