Under Review: Gold Butte
Made available to the public on Earth Day, April 22, 2019
Under Review: Gold Butte takes place in Gold Butte National Monument outside of Mesquite, Nevada and is the first film in the Under Review Series. The story uses mythology from the Paiute tribe to convey the dichotomy between governmental corruption and the earth's natural purity. Gold Butte's choreography explores three underlying schematics for movement - geological events, Paiute folklore of the wolf and coyote, and the oscillating dynamics of a symbiotic relationship. Under Review: Gold Butte premiered on exhibition for the Creative Climate Awards hosted by the Human Impacts Institute at the Taipei Cultural and Economic Center in NYC from Sep 17 - Oct 12, 2018.
Festival Screenings and Awards:
Premiere - 2018 Creative Climate Awards curated by The Human Impacts Institute
*TopShorts Film Festival 2018 - Most Inspirational Film
Colorado Environmental Film Festival 2019
Women in Dance Leadership 2019
*Jacksonville Dance Festival 2018 - Best Narrative
*denotes award recognition
Support for Under Review: Gold Butte generously given by:
Ernest Revia, Executive Producer
Keshet Makers Space Residency
Arts on Site, NYC
Susan Douglas Roberts
Special thanks to the Bureau of Land Management for their permissions and assistance in the production of this film.