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Firefall: Road to Burning Man (2004)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 9 October 2004 (USA)
Experience every challenge as an artist tries to realize her surreal vision of a 14-ft copper fountain that flows fire on water.

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FIREFALL: Road to Burning Man is a feature-length documentary chronicling the creation of a large-scale sculpture from its concept to its unveiling. A Northern California artist (Kiki Pettit) is chosen to create the featured project at "Burning Man 2002" (a city-sized festival of radical self-expression). The film follows Kiki on a journey of endless challenges... from aesthetics to logistics, and even the mundane. All of these obstacles must be overcome if she hopes to realize her surreal vision of a 14-ft copper fountain that flows fire on water. Written by Nate Renwick

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Enjoying art is effortless. Creating art can be impossible.

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