The Gonzaga professor is back to leave us bewildered with his unique talent. But this time with a comedic genre, as yet again, his work has been selected to be screened at the approaching Sundance Film Festival 2020 to be held from 23 January till 2 February – Spokane, Washington.
Professor’s comedy piece of work is called “Cold War Competition”.
You might have been familiar with Space Race, but certainly must not have heard about the rush to dig the deepest hole.
“The Deepest Hole” is a two part documentary created by Matt McCormick – A Documentary Filmmaking teacher at Gonzaga University. His brilliant film is scheduled to premiere at the 2020 Sundance Festival.
The story unfolds the truth behind the United States and Soviet Union’s race to dig the world’s deepest hole, whilst – spoiler alert – the Russians ended up discovering Hell.
“The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal” was an award winning film by Matt McCormick. It received the title of “Hit at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival”, as per Art Forum’s Mathew Higgs statement.