October 10th 2009. 7:00pm
The film starts at 7:00pm sharp. Film is 90 minutes long.
After a sold out screening on July 8th in Vancouver at the Rio Theater, and the high demand for the film to return to the city, we’re organizing a 2nd and last screening of Dust & Illusions. Director Olivier Bonin will be present after the screening for a discussion with the audience about the relevance of Burning Man today, and the meaning of evolution.
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The Rio Theatre
1660 East Broadway,
Vancouver, BC, Canada.
About the film: Dust & Illusions looks at 30 years of history of Burning Man all the way back to the late 1970s deep into the origins of the event. Through 21 interviewees the film presents the philosophies that fueled the creation of the festival, and its evolution from a small gathering of friends to the largest “counter-cultural” event in North America. It offers a new perspective of the meaning of the event, and questions whether its organizers are more concerned about making sure the show is ready when the gate opens or if they still truly engage in building a community and fostering art (Check their budget outline).
- The film starts at 7:00pm sharp. Film is 90 minutes long. Be on time