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Jan 8, 2021

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Shari Frilot is a filmmaker who has produced television for the CBS affiliate in Boston and for WNYC and WNET in New York before creating her own independent award-winning films, including Strange & Charmed, A Cosmic Demonstration of Sexuality, What Is A Line?, and the feature documentary, Black Nations / Queer Nations? She is the recipient of multiple grants, including the Ford Foundation and the Rockefeller Media Arts Foundation. She is presently working on a feature film project about the crisis in water supply with producer Effie Brown's production company, Duly Noted Inc.

In tandem with filmmaking, Shari also maintains a career in festival programming, occupying a distinguished position on the curatorial vanguard through her pioneering development of immersive cinematic environments. As the Festival Director of the MIX Festival in New York (1992-1996) she co-founded the first gay Latin American film festivals, MIX BRASIL and MIX MEXICO film festivals. As Co-Director of Programming for OUTFEST (1998-2001), she founded the Platinum section which introduced cinematic performance installation and performance to the festival. She is presently in her 22nd year as a Senior Programmer for the Sundance Film Festival. She is the curator and driving creative force behind New Frontier, an exhibition and commissioning initiative that focuses on cinematic work being created at the intersections of art, film, and new media technology.

Topics Discussed In This Episode:

  • Collective consciousness and being on the cusp of the new year 
  • Shifts within communities
  • Finding confluence within multiple subjects
  • Art and science working together 
  • Visualization 
  • Shari’s love of culture, and her work within curation and art 
  • Wave-particle dualities
  • Measuring the concept of love within our life 
  • The differences in seeing something versus feeling something 
  • Neuroplasticity 
  • Perceiving reality 
  • Storytelling 
  • Sundance Festival and New Frontier 2021, and the innovations that are taking place
  • Subjective and objective truths
  • Empathy
  • The lost art of listening 
  • Shari’s experiences with filmmaking and changing the framework of the industry itself
  • The complications within creating and presenting Sundance’s 2021 festival
  • Focusing on humanity 
  • Pushing into the new year with aspirations of inclusivity and connectedness 
  • Finding clarity within your vision

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