Monday, March 21, 2011

Posted in IASD's Dream Videophile catalogue of dream-related films

“Saybrook doctoral student Angel Morgan interviews 20 people who use their dreams in the service of their waking creativity. Playwrights, musicians, painters, and a teacher describe memorable dreams and how they’ve used these in their work. We see and hear many examples of the art. Ms. Morgan also acts out dream sequences, performs music based in her own dreams and provides commentary.”

Deirdre Barrett, Ph.D.
Writer and faculty, Harvard Medical School

For the full review, see IASD’s Dream Videophile posting:

Monday, August 30, 2010

a short, sweet review


Jodine Grundy
President, International Association for the Study of Dreams

Saturday, August 28, 2010

email from the world traveler, dream researcher, author and professor renowned

"i am in spain visiting caves and prehistoric painting. i saw your film just before i left. it is quite good and very original. it makes a valuable contribution to the dream/cinema ouvre."

Stanley Krippner, PhD
Co-author of Extraordinary Dreams and How to Work With Them

Friday, August 20, 2010

about my documentary, "Linked: The Dream-Creativity Connection"

"Angel K. Morgan, dream arts instructor and member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, asks some of the important questions concerning dreaming and its connection with creativity. In her recent film, Linked, Angel engages artists and dreamers of all ages in a series of ruminations about their lives, their creative work and its relationship to dreaming. In a world where dream life is commonly marginalized, it is refreshing to meet so many individuals whose lives have been touched by their dreams through visual arts, dance, theater, music and writing."
                                                                                 --Victoria Rabinowe, author, artist, educator, dreamer

To watch the trailer, go to

For more information, see the film's page