Yosemite – beautifully quiet and ambiguous


Nine times out of ten I really enjoy quiet films. These films, when they are also beautifully shot, allow me to focus on subtleties and details and be free from the noise that distracts us from getting to the real business of gaining insights into the human experience. They usually include beautiful natural shots, and the cinemotography makes settings tremendously delicious. These movies allow me to focus on the characters—on people—what I love most about the movies. Yosemite is one of those films for me. My second film in my April 25th RiverRun schedule, Yosemite, set and filmed in Palo Alto, California (and Yosemite for a portion), is based on stories by James Franco (who plays a dad who takes his two young sons to Yosemite). However, the director, Gabrielle Demeestere, as she herself let us know after the film (she was in attendance!), added her own touches to the story that…

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