Nora Jeanne Bernard

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Spring in Utah!

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So before I went to Los Angeles, I returned to Utah to work the Sundance Directors, Screenwriters and Documentary Edit Lab. I have to say it was one of the most incredible experiences in my life and I wasn't even one of the fellows! Here are some of photos of my time there:

Obligatory Rock Shot! My home for about a month and a half!

Obligatory Rock Shot! My home for about a month and a half!

I would hike up here every morning (in the beginning at least). Just so I could see this view. I have the scars from tripping a couple times to prove it! (Gotta get hiking books!) The earlier, the better for the best view of the rainbow.

I would hike up here every morning (in the beginning at least). Just so I could see this view. I have the scars from tripping a couple times to prove it! (Gotta get hiking books!) The earlier, the better for the best view of the rainbow.

One day I hiked even further and got this view! 

One day I hiked even further and got this view! 

What a beautiful horse. Didn't get a chance to ride a horse but glad I got to the stables.

What a beautiful horse. Didn't get a chance to ride a horse but glad I got to the stables.

My first taste of In-N-Out was not in Los Angeles but in Salt Lake City, Utah! (Shhhh...I like Shake Shack better!)

My first taste of In-N-Out was not in Los Angeles but in Salt Lake City, Utah! (Shhhh...I like Shake Shack better!)

The blessing ceremony before the labs began...

The blessing ceremony before the labs began...

Oh yeah, there was some filmmaking done too! 

Oh yeah, there was some filmmaking done too! 

The entire experience was incredible.

The entire experience was incredible.

And I concurred my (occasional) fear of heights and tried the brand new zip-line at the resort, busted hand and knee all.

And I concurred my (occasional) fear of heights and tried the brand new zip-line at the resort, busted hand and knee all.

On a side note: Because this has been such a remarkable, motivating experience for me, I am going to start going back to posting more posts about films including film reviews. Usually when I am busy working a film festival, it can get overwhelming for me. However, right now I am at a downtime (freelance life) and I feel like this is this the perfect opportunity to get some work done and get to why I started this site in the first place. Wish me luck!