Tomorrow night I will be participating in my fourth Epic Summer Film Festival up in Sugarhouse Park. It's an annual event where a bunch of laid-back folks hang out and watch amateur films about outdoor adventure and humanitarian efforts. Very cool vibe. A buddy of mine turned me on to the event four years ago after we hiked The Subway together, and I've been a participant in the festival ever since.
This year's submission, "Further On Up the Road," is probably the most "epic" of my films so far, in this case attempting to capture the events of an entire season instead of a single hike or road trip. Even so, at the end of the editing day, some pieces don't quite fit into the final product. One of my favorite things about the summer season is making fresh salsa, and I put the following sequence together in the hopes of working it into the film.
As much as I love fresh salsa, I couldn't find a good way to work this footage into the final film logically. But I don't want it to go to waste, and I'm kind of bummed about summer being over, so here you go. If you love fresh salsa, it is kind of fun to watch.