The Burning Man Festival Trailer

The Burning Man Festival Trailer (1997)

01 January 1997 Factual 45 mins

Joe Winston's award-winning account of America's largest countercultural event. Thousands of people gather each summer in the Nevada desert to erect and burn a 40-foot tall human effigy. A temporary city rises from the dust and 100-degree heat, and a sort of anarchist society emerges. Festival goers strut naked, dance in the mud, create theatrical "Theme Camps," invent religions, shoot automatic weapons at stuffed animals, or whatever else they don't get enough of at home.

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Cast

Larry Harvey

as Himself

Crew

Joe Winston

Director

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1997

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