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After sold out screenings on the West Coast the film is finally coming the East! 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.
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.
20 years ago… 1989. The Wind Sculpture Festival was being organized by Mel Lyons, a Berkeley artist during the Labor Day Weekend on the Black Rock desert. Some people from the Cacophony Society attended the event then.
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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Dust & Illusions has been selected by the Idaho International Film Festival that happens yearly in Boise, ID.
Dust & Illusions was the first film invited to the Rough Cuts series that opened back in June 2008. Rough Cuts is an important tool and time for filmmakers in the San Francisco Bay Area.
October 8th 2009. 8:00pm SIFF Cinema, 321 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109-4600 View Google Map Get Tickets Now. $8 tickets (SOLD OUT), $11 pre-sales HAS ENDED. Door at $15. Reserved Seating $20(SOLD OUT). After a sold out screening with people sitting in the aisles on July 10th in Seattle at the Youngstown Cultural Center, and … [Read more…]
The documentary itself is an entertaining and informative history of the desert festival that takes place every year in the middle of the desert in Nevada. Olivier Bonin filmed the documentary in the co-operative spirit of Burning Man. All the footage that he took of various groups of artists as they work to bring their creations to the festival is given to each group to use as they please free of charge.