It’s not important to distinguish what is truth and what is fiction in Crestone; the collapsing of these boundaries is what gives Marnie Ellen Hertzler's documentary the same sense of apocalypse we've felt this past year, perceptively real in its feeling of unreality.
JoinedJanuary 15, 2021
Jessica McGoff is a critical writer and video essayist. Her written work has been published in various places, including MUBI Notebook, Cinema Scope and Another Gaze. Her video work has been commissioned and shown by the likes of Sight & Sound, the International Film Festival Rotterdam, and as part of academic curricula.