Every summer, deep in the Nevada desert, a temporary city is created by tens of thousands of people. The week-long celebration is known as Burning Man. Radical participation, gifting, self-reliance, and self-expression are a few of the core principles.
Through our mosaic of personal perspectives, our participatory documentary reveals an intimate glimpse of what we discovered about love, the environment, the gift economy, reality, art, creativity, and ourselves.
As The Dust Settles was an experimental participatory project between a small group of friends including five collaborating directors: Roger Ingraham, Katheryn McGaffigan, Jamie Dee, Jermey Lubman, and Tarynn Wiehahn.
Our documentary was edited from about 440 hours of footage and we had our world premiere at the Byron Bay International Film Festival 2013.
For our DVD or Special USB Drive, please visit http://asthedust.com ❤
by As The Dust Settles
A multi-perspective mosaic of personal experiences at the week-long celebration named Burning Man
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