Timezone LaFontaine wrote:I enjoyed it! Most Burning Man videos (in fact most Burning Man feature-length films) are chaotic assemblages of jump cuts making the event appear to be utterly incoherent and continuously frantic. This was a nice mix of some quick sights and sounds with longer shots that were more patient and exploratory and atmospheric. Very cool. But you didn't explain how you ended up in BRC after all. I reckon you got there late in the week, since your friends were talking to you on video as if you weren't there?
bad-and-ugly wrote:I'm going to Burning Man for the first time this year, and whenever I watch a video I keep reminding myself that it's not a rave...
MisterSaunders wrote: I would do this again (maybe with more participants... if 2's company and 3 is a crowd, 4 is also a crowd but maybe 13 in 2013....)
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I was not planning to go this year for "family reasons" and my resolve cracked some time on Thursday afternoon after several days of live-stream on my monitor at work and a flurry of tickets wanted/available notices on a mailing list. I *barely* managed to get hold of a ticket on Thursday night, left on Friday morning and spent 24 hours on playa. You can see how that worked out below. I found 2 of the 4 people who had cameras for me (and did most of the filming), obviously all of this was filmed before I turned up.
Here's my 24 hour trip....
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