Sundance-2011 в лицах
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Sundance Film Festival 2011 «Yelp»
Sophocles once said, ‘nothing vast enters the life of mortals without a curse,’ and this couldn’t be more true of technology.
Programmer’s Note: We’re pleased to welcome Tiffany Shlain back to the Sundance Film Festival with her new short «Yelp (With Apologies to Allen Ginsberg’s ‘Howl’).» Shlain’s previous short films—»Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Happiness» and «The Tribe» screened at the 2003 and 2006 Sundance Film Festivals. Riffing on Allen Ginsberg’s poem «Howl,» «Yelp» is the result of Shlain and her cowriter/husband Ken Goldberg reflecting on their dependency on technology. As Shlain puts it, «I was really feeling like I needed to take one day of the week off from technology. Recently addicted to Twitter, I became the kind of person I hated—the one pulling out her iPhone while actually talking to someone, sneaking e-mail fixes in bathroom stalls. It was getting ugly. Clearly, I needed a technology Shabbat.» This year Shlain is the only filmmaker in the Festival with both a short and a feature film—her documentary Connected: An Autoblogography about Love, Death and Technology is screening in the U.S. Documentary Competition.
GRAB | trailer SUNDANCE 2011
Grab — Indigenous Showcase
from the SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL 2011
Regie / directed by: Billy Luther
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Sundance Film Festival 2011 «Pandemic 41.410806, -75.654259»
Bree and her little brother, Tyler, know that their parents awaken only at sundown and are capable of strange and dangerous nocturnal behavior, but Tyler is unwilling to leave them.
Programmer’s Note: Screening at this year’s Festival in front of the feature «Sound of My Voice ,» Lance Weiler’s «Pandemic 41.410806, -75.654259» is part of a larger storytelling experience involving film, mobile, online, social gaming, print, and real world interactions. Concerning two children hiding out in a basement after a virus has turned their mother into something abominable, «Pandemic» marks the first in a series of shorts that will be shot around the world later this year. The short takes place in the same universe as Weiler’s feature script «HiM,» which recently went through the Sundance Institute Screenwriters Lab. Adventurous Park City visitors can also participate in the New Frontier Installation «Pandemic 1.0,» Weiler’s initial public release of this immersive story-world. Learn more about the artists’ exciting work in transmedia at http://www.lanceweiler.com