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Dancing in the Hurricane

Dancing in the Hurricane

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Film

 

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Identity

Print Design

'Dancing in the Hurricane' is an upcoming documentary feature film that profiles and contrasts Western and Eastern sociological responses to environmental, financial and cultural trauma.

Through compelling cinematic essays and extensive interviews with figures like Wade Davis, Ronald Wright and Carl Honore, the film leads viewers through a dizzying portrayal of the impacts of 'liquid modernity'.

Presentation of the film's disparate themes are linked through the anecdotes and paintings of Kalsang Dawa, a talented artist and Buddhist who has spent a significant portion of his life studying under the Dalai Lama. We integrated and contrasted his borderline-psychedelic paintings with a didactic visual language to create a collateral that marks this as a very unusual documentary.

 

 

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