If you’re part of the indie film world, attending the Sundance Film Festival is a no brainer — unless, of course, the first weekend coincides with the inauguration of President Trump and women’s marches across the globe.
For some, it made for a difficult decision, but Park City held its own when women in the film community banded together to assemble a Women’s March that proceeded down Main Street, which is the bloodline of Sundance.
The event drew residents from all across Utah, who marched alongside celebrities and filmmakers in the snow. Yet by the nature of Main Street’s narrow and hilly layout, it was hard to get a sense of the exact size and scope of yesterday’s marches, until now.
This time-lapse video was shot using EOS 5D Mark IV and filmed by Canon from the third floor of their Creative Studio on Main Street. Seeing the entire march in a 30-second video, it’s clear that the Park City march was much bigger in size and scope than even the participants realized.