Toby's feature-length documentary The Man Whose Mind Exploded, was released nationally in cinemas across the UK in 2014, broadcast on Netflix USA, Film4, and is now available on iTunes and Amazon. It has a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Drako Zarharzar remembers working with Salvador Dali, but he doesn't remember yesterday. Funny, charming, exotic, and oblivious to others, at 76 he lives "completely in the now" following brain damage that robbed him of his ability to create new memories. To compensate he has created a beautiful, shocking 3D autobiographical collage that fills every space in his tiny flat - so if you enter his home you enter his mind. 

Mark Kermode:The Man Whose Mind Exploded review.

 

 

Dangerous Minds: Man Whose Mind Exploded - The Mind Exploding, Must-see Doc Comes to Netflix.

 

Kermode Uncut: The Man Whose Mind Exploded.

 

 

The Guardian: The Man Whose Mind Exploded review.

 

 

God is in the TV : Interview - Toby Amies, Director of The Man Whose Mind Exploded.

Reflection Film: The Man Whose Mind Exploded-Review.

 

 

The New Scientist: A film homage to a brain-damaged friend.

The Quietus: Not All Memories Are Lost - The Man Whose Mind Exploded Reviewed.

 

The Lancet Neurology:The Man Whose Mind Exploded