Academic journal article Journal of Religion and Film

Slamdance 2015

Academic journal article Journal of Religion and Film

Slamdance 2015

Article excerpt

In addition to its coverage on the Sundance Film Festival, the Journal of Religion & Film returned again to the Slamdance Film Festival. This was my first year in attendance at Park City and I was welcomed with warm weather and great cinema. Slamdance was in its 21st season this year and has grown into its own as a unique and rich environment for screening original films. I was able to view several which are reviewed in further detail in this issue, including Across the Sea, Birds Of Neptune, Female Pervert, and Tired Moonlight. Across the Sea won the Audience Award for Narrative Feature and the Jury Honorable Mention for Narrative Feature and Tired Moonlight took home the Jury Award for Narrative Feature. While 'religion' was not a dominant narrative for this year's set of films the following reviews highlight issues of identity, transformation, classification, and society that should be relevant for the study of religion. …

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