Everyone’s buzzing about “the Bleep.” Special Guest William Arntz, Producer, Director and Screenwriter of the Award Winning Film "What the Bleep Do We Know" joins Dr. Pat Baccili on the radio on VoiceAmerica.com - Aug. 12th at 8:00 am PST.

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"WHAT THE #$*! DO WE KNOW?!" is a new type of film. It is part documentary, part story, and part elaborate and inspiring visual effects and animations. The protagonist, Amanda, played by Marlee Matlin, finds herself in a fantastic Alice in Wonderland experience when her daily, uninspired life literally begins to unravel, revealing the uncertain world of the quantum field hidden behind what we consider to be our normal, waking reality. Join Dr. Pat and William Arntz on Thursday August 12th at 8:00 a.m. and again at 8:00 p.m for this premier interview on VoiceAmerica.com. Call in toll free at 1-888-335-5204 to speak with Will directly.

There is only one thing more powerful than all the armies of the world, that is an idea whose time has come.- Victor Hugo -- Dr. Pat and William Arntz will discuss this thought provoking movie that many are calling an idea whose time has come!

No matter where the "Bleep" opens, it sells out and then plays for weeks. The sell-outs have confounded and interested distributors to the point that "What the Bleep Do We Know!?" has partnered with a major distributor, Samuel Goldwyn/Roadside Attractions, which is booking theaters around the country for the "What the Bleep" National Release in September!

"The brainchild of William Arntz and the product of an intensely inventive collaboration between writer-producer-directors Arntz, Betsy Chasse and Mark Vicente, What The #$*! Do We Know? is an irresistible cosmic romp that suggests that quantum physics is the biggest reality show in town, and that we are the co-wizards behind the curtains of our own lives, making them a heaven or a hell."

William Arntz graduated summa cum laude in 1972 from Penn State University with a degree in Engineering Science and accepted employment as a Research Physicist with Pratt and Whitney Aircraft. There he worked on developing the first wave optics simulator for high-energy gas dynamic laser weapons (a.k.a. "Star Wars"). After two years of corporate life, William "retired," and drove around the country. Eventually, he ended up in Boston where he reunited with a longtime friend who was enrolled in the Master's Degree film program at Boston University. Together they created, Beat the Deva, a one-hour animated film noir, which won a Cine Eagle, the Kenyon Film Festival, and received distribution on the art house circuit. Upon completion of the film in 1980, William moved to California to pursue a film career but found the process of moving up through the ranks daunting and less than ideal. So he moved to San Francisco, "retired", and became a Buddhist. By the late 80's his Buddhist teacher assigned him the task using his meditation/visualization skills to create a software product and company, which was to become a huge success. Lacking the common sense to realize what he was up against, he took $100,000 in savings, no business experience, and sat down and in 5 months wrote "AutoSys" - a distributed job scheduler. The skills must have worked, for AutoSys went on to be one of the most widely used pieces of System Management software ever written, with clients as diverse as Merrill Lynch, NASA, ILM, Sun Microsystems, Cisco, and Boeing.

In 1995 William Arntz sold his company and took a year off. He then devised a second successful software company, which he sold nine months after creating it. After "retiring" for the 3rd time he became interested in uniting his 4 great interests: (1) leading edge science, (2) spiritual inquiry, (3) filmmaking and (4) computers. After realizing that with the success of his two software companies he had succeeded in bypassing the onerous task of rising through the ranks, he happily (despite still lacking common sense) embarked upon the creation of "What the #$*! Do We Know?"

Are you ready to create the life that you desire? Do you need a little help in believing that you can? If you answered yes to these questions then you will want to hear this interview and see the film. Go to http://www.whatthebleep.com/create/ and listen to how Dr. Joe Dispenza explains how he creates his day and creates his life. Dr Dispenza is joined by esteemed scientists and spiritual leaders to help us understand that we can create our reality.

The film has been given awards at the Sedona International Film Festival and Workshop 2004; Maui Film Festival 2004; Houston WorldFest International Independent Film Festival 2004; Ashland Independent Film Festival 2004; DC Independent Film Festival 2004.

Become part of a street team, a group of people interested in the growing phenomenon of "What the #$*!? Do We Know", who are willing to get the word out in an area where the movie will be showing. Find out how you can create a buzz in your town. Visit http://www.whatthebleep.com for more information about the movie, where it is playing and how you can become involved in an idea whose time has come.

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