LAUGHOLOGY SCREENING PR ELEMENTS

 
 

There’s a new way to laugh according to Laughology a “screamingly funny” (National Post) documentary, which features live demonstrations of the new laughter before the film at screenings.

Laughology, the first feature documentary about laughter says that Laughter Yoga, Laughter Parties, Laughercize and other laughter oriented health trends have spawned a new approach to laughter. It involves using laughter to make people laugh instead of jokes. Laughology features, “The Laughman”, Doug Collins, a Memphis resident who is said to have the most contagious laugh in the world.


Canadian Director Albert Nerenberg, who directed Laughology says he was originally skeptical.


“I didn’t believe that there really was something new here until I immersed myself in it,” said Nerenberg, “ It completely changed my life.

Nerenberg is now a  “Laughologist’ For CBC Radio in Montreal, and the Montreal Gazette/

Simple Laughter according to Laughology, may be helpful in reducing heart disease, fighting stress and increasing immunity. Laughology demonstrates laughter can knock people down and induce states of “laughter paralysis” where they can’t move they’re laughing so hard. The film also reveals shocking little known laughter phenomena including:


Holy Laughter – Where religious groups practice ecstatic forms of extreme laughter believing Jesus is laughing through them


Laughter epidemics Laughology reveals that in Tanzania tens of thousands of people began laughing for no apparent reason. The 1962 “laughing epidemic” continued for months.  Laughology travels to Tanzania and reveals the epidemic may never ended.


Laughter Parties – New social events which started in Canada where people just get together to laugh themselves silly.


The Origins of Laughter Yoga – Laughology demonstrates the origins of Laughter Yoga why it is becoming one of the world’s fastest growing health trends.


LAUGHOLOGY SCREENINGS PRODUCE AMAZING
REACTIONS


Screenings of Laughology have produced bizarre audience reactions with audience members continuing to laugh after the film has ended.

“The screenings had some of the loudest collective laughs I had ever heard in a movie theatre,” wrote film reviewer Gabor Pertic in AnE Vibe. “By the end, the crowd was in hysterics.”

According to Lia Granger in the National Post  “laughter has never been so thoroughly explored in a film as it is here.”

Montreal’s Hour called Laughology at “tour de force’ and the Globe and Mail called the film “a hit.”


The feature documentary, was produced for CTV and Canal D. ‘

Laughology is produced by Erin Faith Young, Jennifer St. John and Albert Nerenberg.

Each major screening will have various participatory demonstrations of various new laughter techniques including The World Laughter Games.


CONTACT:


Trailer and clips:

http://www.laughology.info/Laughology/Trailers.html

Photos:

http://www.laughology.info/Laughology/Laughology_Photos.html


http://www.laughology.info

 

LAUGHOLOGY FEATURES MAN WITH
THE MOST CONTAGIOUS LAUGH IN THE WORLD

LAUGHOLOGY POSTER

     (SPACE AT BOTTOM FOR LOCAL INFO)