So, I’m going to Sundance.
Remember that gorgeous independent film I’m in? You know, “Delphinium: A Childhood Portrait of Derek Jarman”? The one I yammered about a while ago. Well, it’s screening at Sundance, and…yeah. As an Angeleno transplant, over the years I’ve acclimated to the freon-tinged climate shady people imbue this brightly-lit place. To fair the “whether,” the most important reaction I could have is: act as if this news isn’t very important at all.
It’s a tricky thing, this More-Jaded-Than-The-Orient sense of feigned indifference—because if “reality” T.V. cameras are added to the equation? Flip it. Be so real it’s Faux Real…and it will be: on film.
Semantics and human behavior are complicated. But how I feel? How I feel, for once, is pure and simple and precise. I’m so excited; I’m spinning around like tinsel on a majorette’s baton at half-time.
That being said, the vitals are:
Friday, 22nd January, and Saturday, 23rd January 2010, 2pm
ShowWX Presented by MicroVision at The Sundance Film Festival
Cinema Lounge at 333 Main Street, Park City, UT
Curated by Shade Rupe,
The program includes new work by
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