Tales of the San Francisco Cacophony Society from Madnomad Films on Vimeo. Credits: Filmed by Chuck Cirino (Weird TV), Doug Wellman, Scott Beale (Laughing Squid), Jon Alloway, Richard Darigo. Edited by Olivier Bonin. You’ve heard about Burning Man, about Santacon (with over 10,000 Santa Claus gathering in Ireland), but have you heard about the Cacophony … [Read more…]
In 1996 a group under the name “The Sentinel Group” goes to Burning Man, right during the year themed as “HELL”. After gathering hours of footage during the event, they went to the TV show “The 700 Club” hosted by the wealthy, supposedly christian, Pat Robertson, one of those extremists that you can find only … [Read more…]
Thin Line Film Festival just announced that Dust & Illusions was selected for their 2010 sessions. This is a good news. Thin Line happens in Denton, TX, just north of Dallas. I will try to set up a video link to do the Q&A as I will be away from the country during that period of time.
Nov 5th, 7:30pm
This is the 4th selection for the film and counting! Hamburg is located in the Northern tip of Germany (2 hours northwest of Berlin). I won’t be able to attend as I will be at the screenings of the film in New-York, Philly, Baltimore & Boston, b/w Nov 1st and Nov 6th.
Dust & Illusions has been selected by the Idaho International Film Festival that happens yearly in Boise, ID.
I’m pleased to announce that the film was selected for the SF Docfest for the October 16-29 2009 session of the festival. It will give the film proper publicity in the San Francisco Bay Area, where Burning Man was born. I hope that this push will help get a discussion going about Burning Man in … [Read more…]
The Pärnu International Documentary Film Festival has selected the film.
Pärnu Docfest is happening on July 5-26 2009.
Monday July 6th 2009, 7pm
THE MUSEUM OF NEW ART (10 Esplanaadi Str.)
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It took slightly more time to complete the film than we thought. Lack of money, lack of time, lack of resources. The music also finally came together in a grand way, produced and directed by master Samuel Fajner. We’re really happy that the film has its original score. There are still a few details, like … [Read more…]
We were not completely satisfied with footage that we had of the Black Rock without Burning Man, so we went back twice in July to film, and actually to do some little re-enactment, just to give the stories from Larry Harvey and Adrian Roberts a bit more punch.