“The first year, it was a party. The second year, it was a happening. Now, this is an annual event. You know what we call that? We call that a tradition.” So said Winston Emano, for many years the program … Continue reading #APAParkCity 2019 Has Just Wrapped Its 15th Edition. Here’s What I Thought Of It.
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I procrastinated all summer and autumn long uploading this video. Watching it again and again, after a year-long slog of sitting through a seemingly endless string of panels, symposiums, and talks on how people of color can play a part … Continue reading Butt-Raped by Hollywood Again, or, My Tiresome Relationship With “Diversity”
Once I got through the slog of braving horizontal snow and the climb up Main Street to get to the Treasure Mountain Inn, site of the Slamdance Film Festival, I execute a 180˚ pivot and resume watching films at Sundance. … Continue reading Park City ’17: Fifty Shades Darker and Lighter