Monthly Archives: January 2011

Themeology of Sundance 2011

Sundance is all about making a statement. From films with titles like Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same to serious documentaries like Reagan, the festival seeks to spark conversation among its wider audiences. With that in mind, I have taken the liberty … Continue reading

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Making it count

Our last day in Park City was extremely eventful. David and I started the day walking around Main Street trying to get our required 30 business cards. Luckily we’re talkative and approachable people, so we easily reached out goal. We … Continue reading

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conquering the world. one woman at a time.

While agonizing in the heat of Prospector Theatre this afternoon in the waitlist line for Miss Representation, a group of us, led by Kacey, happened to strike up a conversation with director, producer and writer Alison Beals. While chatting, she … Continue reading

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Lord Byron

Thursday at midnight, I attended a screening of Lord Byron. I was supposed to go with Dan, but he opted out in order to see Homework and I didn’t blame him because going into the film, I had absolutely no … Continue reading

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Best Day Yet!

My day began waiting in line to get wait list tickets to Like Crazy. Luckily the 2 hour wait paid off and we got into the Library Theater to see the film, which turned out to be my favorite film of … Continue reading

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Life recap! Sundance continues

In the last few days I’ve been nearly dead with a migraine I just couldn’t beat and nausea / vertigo that stuck with me dispite several hours spent on a couch. So let’s just say I haven’t been much in … Continue reading

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Benevidas Born

This afternoon I saw Benevidas Born, which is in the US Dramatic competition. It was a coming of age story for a female power lifter who wants to break out of her small town by means of a scholarship to … Continue reading

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