Mr. Fish Doc at Slamdance Film Festival

If you find yourself in Park City, UT, over the next handful of days and you want to lose yourself in a superhero movie full of thrilling chase scenes and explosions (if by chase scenes you understand that I mean a starving artist in hot pursuit of artistic relevance and explosions I mean the psychic mutilation resulting from such a pursuit), drop into the Slamdance Film Festival and see Pablo Bryant’s documentary, Mr. Fish: Cartooning from the Deep End.

After the Saturday screening you can follow Mr. Fish over to Dolly’s Bookstore and watch him explain why everything sucks so bad.  He will then sign copies of his new book, And Then the World Blew Up, a how-to manual providing step-by-step instruction on how to put the fucking back together again.  Details of both events can be found in the hyperlinks.  Dig it.


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  1. Have a great time. I wished I could be there. Skiing is wonderful. Salt Lake and the ski towns offer an immense variety of attractions, from the fabulous Park City on the slightly higher end of the pay scale, to free entrance at the Temple and free entrance to other places too, like the shocking Rio Grande homeless area and on west into dystopian communities of West Valley and of course polluted Magna ( got to get there ). Further south is a quickly rising Stepford Wives community that is suspiciously close to a new NSA data facility. You can top off a trip to the area with a southern loop back into Park C through Hemet where a kind of burning man community of hippies descends each year and gets arrested in drive through like tent courts.

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