The Slamdance Film Festival 2015 in pictures: From the Q and A’s, to the parties, the red carpets, TV appearances and awards, we were there for all of it. Enjoy!
The Sweet Micky For President team following their premiere screening. From left to right: Steve Harris, Bryn Mosser, Karyn Rachtman, Pras Michel, Ben Patterson, Wyatt B. Rogowski and Allison Hagendorf.
Tired Moonlight writer/ director Britni West at a Q and A on day 1. Her enigmatic film went on to win the Jury Award for Narrative Feature.
Happy strong man/ musician Jon Mikl Thor at the Q and A for I Am Thor.
Sad strong men Scott Hall and Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts during the Q and A for The Resurrection of Jake the Snake Roberts.
Pavan Moondi and Brian Robertson doing Q and A for their film Diamond Tongues.
“I’m not an actress, but I play one in a movie.” -Leah Goldstein, star of Diamond Tongues on the red carpet
The team behind On Her Own enjoying a night out at the Canadian party.
The set of Park City TV, on which many Slamdance filmmakers had their first live television appearances.
See the full video of “Coffee with James Franco” here.
Writer/ Director Gabrielle Demeestere and producer James Franco introduce Yosemite.
Wally Chung (animator of Ink Tank) winning the ‘Spirit of Slamdance’ award.
Jamie Sisley and his Jury Award for Narrative Short: Stay Awake.
Todd Berger presenting the Digital Bolex Fearless Filmmaking awards.
Spencer Rollins and Lindsey Haun accepting the Digital Bolex Fearless Filmmaking Grand Prize.
The final incarnation of the notorious poster wall. There was a clear winner that night.
Who likes to rock the closing party? Silent Sleep Band likes to rock the closing party.
The festival’s three fathers: (from left to right) Peter Baxter, Paul Rachman, and Dan Mirvish.
All photos taken by Dork Shelf associate editor Noah R. Taylor. For higher quality versions please email email@example.com