• Art and Film: The life and death of a cinephilic boomtown

    5 monthes ago - By Two Coats of Paint

    Contributed by Jonathan Stevenson / A somewhat film-nerdy set of historical facts gave rise to found-footage maven Bill Morrison's extraordinarily artful and expansive documentary Dawson City: Frozen Time. Dawson City, Yukon Territory, was the Klondike Gold Rush's quintessential boomtown, over the course of two years swelling in population from 500 to 40,000 in 1898. Within...
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