Red Heaven is a feature documentary film that follows six people who volunteered to live in near isolation for a year, in a 1000 square foot dome on the slopes of the remote Mauna Loa volcano in Hawaii.
After an accident report obliges Luna to watch old security footage, she notices that Diego secretly likes to dance when he thinks nobody is watching, instigating a series of the two making pseudo-dance videos for each other to watch on the security camera, which they access through the use of the titular timecode.
I'll never forget the feeling of driving through the oil fields at night for the first time. It was like an otherworldly invasion with lights from oil rigs beaming in distant wheat fields and flames bursting out of the ground.
CrossLink’s second session, ‘Crowdsourced Fundraising’ covered the emerging opportunity on sites such as Kickstarter, ProFounder, CrowdRise, and JustGiving. The focus then turned toward two filmmakers, Ollie and Zach of Sent Productions,
Andrew Piccone showcased a series of portraits of the protestors encompassing the early stages of the Occupy Wall Street Movement. The morning of the show, the NY Metro Newspaper wrote a frontpage article criticizing Piccone for profiting from the protest.
I’d like to make work on a more detailed and sensory level. I came to Joshua Tree to live more intentionally and be able to experience my life as it happens rather than trying to catch up. I want to connect–I want people that look at my work to feel something transformative.
You can be in the best physical condition, but if you cannot fund the expedition, you will stay home. You can have the best logistics on the starting line, if you are not physically prepared to survive in Antarctica, you will likely be home sooner than expected.
I felt that I was turning myself inside-out, turning white-to-black and vice versa held strong symbolic meaning psychologically. I started to dream about the paintings. They came alive and communicated to me why they needed to exist.