In the second of two filmmaker interviews made in Park City, UT, filmmaker Ramona S. Diaz chats about the making of her latest, A THOUSAND CUTS… Continue reading (Late) Dispatches from Park City, Part Two: Parsing Democracy, A THOUSAND CUTS at a Time
Why say it in words when you have VIDEO? In the first of two dispatches from Park City, a chat with filmmaker Bao Nguyen (BE WATER)… Continue reading (Late) Dispatches from Park City, Part One: Practicing to BE WATER
The long-awaited arrival of Alan Yang’s TIGERTAIL on Netflix underscores a new practice of viewing APA cinema, for better and, disquietingly, for worse… Continue reading So This Is What It’s Come To: “Settling” for TIGERTAIL and the Death of the Communal Theatrical Experience
“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.
The Sundance Film Festival is hours away from dropping its vaunted Day One offerings in Park City. In the span of five-plus hours, a staggering total of seven feature-length films and one shorts program will open the eight main sections … Continue reading Park City ’17: Shit Is About to Get Real