Posts Tagged ‘Myth and Infrastructure’

End of Sundance

Sunday, January 30th, 2011

View of Main Street

View of Main Street

It is the end of Sundance for us: technically the festival still has another day but we’re leaving in the afternoon so we will be missing out. Now that it’s over for me I suppose I should write a reaction to the time I spent here and all that I experienced. What an experience. Aside from just being able to attend Sundance, I got to attend Sundance for course credit! How awesome is that? Super awesome. (more…)

A different kind of movie going experience: The New Frontier Theatre and Miwa Matrayek’s “Dreaming of a Lucid Living” and “Myth and Infrastructure”

Sunday, January 23rd, 2011

While everybody else was off to see “Pariah” or “Hobo with a Shotgun” as their first feature for the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, I on the other hand took a very different route.

I am a person who isn’t afraid of exploring; so when I read the premise for “Dreaming of a Lucid Living,” I thought this would be very interesting and something I will remember. I was not wrong.

So, what exactly is Miwa Matrayek’s works about? (more…)