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Coming to San Jose, CA

MAIN EVENT: Friday, March 7th, 11:30 pm (tickets required)
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Check out a sneak premiere of CONFESSIONS OF A BURNING MAN, a new feature-length movie featured in the Cinequest San Jose Film Festival "special screenings" section. This film inspires and entertains both the Burning Man curious as well as dedicated "burners." LOCATION: San Jose Repertory Theater at 101 Paseo de San Antonio, San Jose, CA.

******** TO PURCHASE TICKETS, LINK TO: ********
Confessions of a Burning Man
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Ticket prices: $9/person; For group rates, call 408-295-3378.

FREE WELCOME EVENT: Friday, March 7th, 9:30 pm
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Join an outdoor public gathering with street performers and drum circles . Special appearance by Burning Man Director Larry Harvey.
LOCATION: San Jose Repertory Plaza (next to the theater)

(All performers and drummers must be listed in advance on the performance permit; contact confessions@belegato.com for permit information.)

FREE BONUS EVENT: Friday, March 7th, 7:00 pm
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"A Chat with Confessions Filmmakers and Burning Man Director Larry Harvey"
LOCATION: Barnes & Noble Bookstore, Pruneyard Shopping Center, 1875 South Bascom Avenue, Campbell, CA

"Confessions" Second Screening: Saturday, March 8th, 11:45 pm
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Saturday will be a screening-only event (tickets required)
LOCATION: Camera 3 Theater

ABOUT THE FILM
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CONFESSIONS OF A BURNING MAN is a sumptuous celebration of Burning Man's art, music and remarkable sense of community. The Burning Man experience is shared through the eyes of four first-timers and lyrically interwoven with the profound philosophies of founder Larry Harvey.

This film returns to the core values of Burning Man and avoids exploitation.

Audience expression is encouraged - dress is "burner" chic!
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