Burning Man Films - 2010 to 20192010
Pop. 51,525; Cost $360; Theme: Metropolis – Life of Cities
Journey to the Flames: 2010
Burning Man 2010
Pop. 53,963; Cost: $360; Rites of Passage
Journey to the Flames: 2011
15 Minutes of Flame
Beyond Belief: Honeymoon at Burning Man
https://www.reelhouse.org/gravenimagefilms/beyond-belief-honeymoon-at-burning-man (maybe a better copy?)
Black Rock Horse
Four part video online: http://breakingwave.ca/videos/page/4/
Pop. 56,149; $420; Theme: Fertility 2.0
Journey to the Flames: 2012
RT The Burning Man Festival
(Released 2013; 51 minutes)
RT's documentary Burning Man 2012.
The show starts by featuring The King, who runs The King's Light Up Coats and Royal Robes. (The King's brick and mortar store closed in 2015, but his online stores are going strong: https://www.etsy.com/shop/lightupcoats)
Review: 4/5 A solid look at Burning Man, loosely following the King but more generally interviewing participants about the meaning of the event and its various aspects.
Spark: A Burning Man Story
One of the slickest documentaries also thoughtfully addresses the philosophical issues that accompanied the growth of Burning Man, including the conflict between the freedom associated with early events and the structure of the modern event, and the rise of plug n’ play camps, and the challenge they pose to the fundamental nature of the event.
Overall, one of the best films to both address substantive issues facing Burning Man and some of the highest quality modern interviews and historic footage.
Burning Man and the Meaning of Life
Pop. 69,613; Cost: $380; Theme: Cargo Cult
A Burning Man Story: Preconceived Notions
Burning Man: Beyond the Playa (KQED This Week)
(Release date 2013, 8 minutes)
Brief news story on Burning Man 2013
Tech Crunch Interview with Larry Harvey and John Perry Barlow
Larry Harvey is the main co-founder of the Burning Man festival, while John Perry Barlow is a former lyricist for the Grateful Dead and a founding member of the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Interviewed by TechCruch at Le Web London aboutthe intellectual underpinnings of startup entreprepreneurship have parallels with Burning Man in what might be their first ever joint interview.
Pop. 65,922; Cost $380; Theme: Caravansary
Taking My Parents to Burning Man
24 Hours at Burning Man: 2014
Larry Harvey on Charlie Rose
67,564; Cost $390; Theme: Carnival of Mirrors
24 Hours at Burning Man: 2015
67,290; Cost: $390; Theme: DaVinci's Workshop
Burning Man: A Journey Through the Playa
Pop. 69,493; Cost: $345; Theme: Radical Ritual
City of Dust: The Evolution of Burning Man
Surrender - Burning Man 2017
Pop. 70,000; Cost: $425; Theme: I Robot