In just over a year, Mitch Fillion, the Toronto-based filmmaker behind Southern Souls, has released three feature films. He did it with virtually no budget — less than $5,000. He wrote, directed, edited, and acted in them himself. The trilogy explores fringe theories related to hidden knowledge, expanding human consciousness, and other assorted esoterica. Fillion calls his films “disguised documentaries.” They take place in a slightly altered version of reality. He plays an exaggerated version of himself. – Chris Hampton (Chart Attack)

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