Outdoor screening with filmmaker Danny Hunt and carrot cake from Das Cafe.
Hunt will be screening 4 short films: Grandpa, Schedel, A Typickal Melungeon, and Raisin, followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker and Film Feast curator, Jared Jakins.
Hunt’s films are experimental in nature, ranging from hand-drawn animations to projects shot using only an iphone, and covering topics that are both heartfelt and macabre. Employing a mix of unexpected narrative arcs, bizarre transcendental experiences, and symbolic imagery, Hunt playfully explores the realm of science fiction terror and the unknown.
Screening will begin at 9 pm, arrive on time to ensure your spot (& cake!), a light sweater or jacket is suggested. Folding chairs will be available, but guests may also wish to bring a favorite lawn chair or blanket.
About the Filmmaker
Danny Hunt is a Utah based filmmaker. His films often embody a strange unexpected reverie for the wisdom of our forbearers. The strength of his films lies in his balance of frivolity and fear, particularly in his scenes of suburban normality. He has directed fiction, documentary, experimental and animated short films. He grew up in rural Idaho and studied film at Brigham Young University. He currently lives in Provo, Utah where he does freelance work, creates video content for Provo Channel 17 and pursues creative projects.
Parental guidance suggested. (Your teenagers will love it, thematic elements may not be suitable for young children.)