I was just asked if it's possible to view the film outside the US - and I think that is the case. THESE BUTTONS DO NOT WORK IN GOOGLE CHROME. So let's begin there - Mozilla, Microsoft, Safari - all of these will work, but not Chrome. There are two methods: Follow the link to paypal.com to purchase the film for $5 - that page asks for you to sign in, or AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE is an option to pay for the film without signing in - ("DON'T HAVE A PAYPAL ACCOUNT?" LINK) and when you click on that link, it should allow you to use a debit or credit card from whatever country you are in to purchase the film. Once purchased, that takes you to a page where the film resides, and is viewable on any computer on the planet - it doesn't have to be NTSC or PAL or any other local protocol. That being said, if you have trouble doing so, please let me know! Here are the film links: To pay for the film via PayPal.com click on this donut: You can pay $5 to watch the film. Just CLICK ON THIS PAYPAL LINK: OR FOLLOW THIS ONE
The other method, if this doesn't work, is to make a $5 (or the equivalent in your local currency to me at PayPal.com - you don't need an account, follow the link to Donate, use the link at the bottom of the page to use your local currency or credit card, use my email RICHMARTINI@YAHOO.COM and once the transaction is complete, it will take you to a page where you can view the film from anywhere in the world. Thank you!
AND FINALLY, I'M TOLD THIS BUTTON WILL WORK FROM ANY BROWSER
To watch FLIPSIDE through Amazon, purchase a DVD, download or stream click here: through Amazon:
AND HERE IS THE DVD THROUGH AMAZON OR CREATE SPACE
Saturday, June 23, 2012
Monday, June 18, 2012
Hi, thanks for visiting this page for "FLIPSIDE: a Tourist's Guide on How to Navigate the Afterlife."
The book is available in a variety of places. Here's the Amazon.com KINDLE page:
Here's the Amazon.com PAPERBACK page:
Here's the SMASHWORDS page will which soon be on itunes:
And here's the CREATESPACE page where it was created.
Finally, here's a link to the 90 minute documentary based on the book:
The book is also at Barnes & Noble and other booksellers.
Here's are some videos to watch: The Trailer, A book Talk in Chicago, and a longer trailer:
Here's the Introduction from the Book
A True Skeptic by Rich Martini
Journey Into Tibet
I spent a few weeks with Robert Thurman in Tibet, documenting his journey there. There are clips avail on youtube, but here is the complete documentary "Journey Into Tibet."