Dust & Illusions

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Dust & Illusions
Directed by Olivier Bonin
Produced by Olivier Bonin
Didier Leclerc
Written by Olivier Bonin
Narrated by Tom Kennedy
Music by Samuel Fajner
Cinematography Olivier Bonin
Edited by Arthur Guibert
Release date
  • March 28, 2009 (2009-03-28) (USA)
Running time
80 minutes
Country France, USA
Language English
Budget $138,000

Dust & Illusions is a 2009 documentary film about Burning Man and its founders. The film has been featured at several film festivals, and was shown at the San Francisco DocFest at The Roxie in San Francisco in October 2009. The film was written and directed by Olivier Bonin.

The film discusses the history of Burning Man, such as its 1970s counter-culture foundations, and its origins on Baker Beach in 1986. The film also documents its contemporary development. Dust & Illusions uses archival footage and interviews, such as with founder Larry Harvey.


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