Film

Utah film articles published in 15 Bytes, Utah’s art magazine.

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Radiant Child

Film Review A Conflicted Radiance A new film on Jean-Michel Basquiat by Davey Davis Of the people who know the childlike, energy-filled, and massively busy works of Jean-Michel Basquiat, most are familiar with the orbiting cautionary tale of success and the art market which consumed and destroyed him, […]

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Matthew Barney

by Lane Bachman More impressive than any of the films I have seen by Mathew Barney himself is the documentary film about him, No Restraint. Basically, this is a “making of” picture for his recentish endeavors. The narrative is a story of creatures (in this case, humans) who are […]

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Who Does She Think She Is?

by Cristin Zimmer Virginia Woolf, Edith Wharton, Georgia O’Keeffe, Lillian Hellman, Emily Dickenson. Not one of these creative forces in the arts had a child. Sure their influential work continues to inspire, and as a 30-year-old graduate student in fine art, I can only hope for as much […]

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My Kid Could Paint That

Sundance Institute Documentary Film Series Wraps The 2007-2008 Season with a Free Screening Of My Kid Could Paint That On June 4th. The Sundance Institute Documentary Film Series wraps its 2007-2008 Season this week with a free screening of My Kid Could Paint That on June 4th. An […]

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Film and the Visual Arts

Our March edition of 15 Bytes concentrated on video, installation and performance, genres that stretch the normal categories of the "visual arts" (or, for discussion purposes, what used to be called the "plastic arts"). Video stradles the visual art and film worlds. Performance does the same with theatre […]