Saturday, January 29, 2011
Congrats to Borscht Film for producing XEMOLAND, which was selected as an animated short at Sundance 2011.
I am an art director over at Borscht Film Festival. and they are commissioning me for a short film in the next few months. I tagged along with them to Sundance to see what's going on in the mountains of Park City, Utah.
I assumed everything I saw there would be great, since the selections beat out thousands of competitors....but there were some real big suckers.
Two movies I was very found of were: The Woman and Kaboom!
Two movies I am sad I missed: The Future by Miranda July and The Terry's by Tim and Eric...luckily they are making a feature!
10-30 degree weather wrecks a Florida girl, but that's ok.
Posted by Jillian Mayer at 2:04 PM
Friday, January 14, 2011
Jan. 7th 2011, Vox Populi Gallery
Friday, January 7, 7 pm
Our first annual video festival, a screening juried by Rachel Cook. The videos will be looped through the month of January.
Karen Ostrom, The End
Julia Sherman, The Audience Reacts
David Politzer, A Rousing View of Nature's Magnificence
Kara Dunne, Ag dul sios an Straighre
Katie Cercone, Queen Candy Bile
Justin Lincoln, 09/22/2010 blogmix
Justin Lincoln, Color Grid I
Jillian Mayer, How My Best Friend Died
Julia Landois, Indelible
Esfandyar Poozesh, ...to Eden
Skote, Treasure Island
Tara Kelton, Time Travel
Jessica Mallios, 1:1
David Politzer, You Are Listening to Metallica Because...
Posted by Jillian Mayer at 4:01 PM
Thursday, January 13, 2011
HP/Intel just flew myself, Lucas, Christen Bach and Henrik Sjørslev out to talk about our video art at a special Intel party during CES in the amazingly lit Las Vegas. I was very excited to go and record many of the beautiful lights of the crazy werid city.
Posted by Jillian Mayer at 12:48 PM