A Life's Work ( 18 mins / 16mm / 2011 )
In the fifteen years since leaving the job he hated, D.J. Blanton has thrown himself into his practice as a blacksmith, building thousands of pieces in his home shop. A Life’s Work considers the intersection of art and life—the curiosities we are born with and the legacies we leave behind.
Selected Screenings: Antimatter Film Festival, Iowa City Documentary Film Festival, Whitechapel Gallery, TIE-The International Experimental Cinema Exposition, REDCAT, Montreal Underground Film Festival, Flatpack Festival, $100 Film Festival, Strange Beauty Film Festival, The Light Factory Contemporary Museum of Photography and Film.