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Promoting, Slamdance Style

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Director Lilly Scourtis Ayers and Danielle Santos Bernal walked Main Street, Park City and spoke about their Slamdance film, Last Fast Ride, a documentary about Marian Anderson, the former lead singer of the band The Insaints. Additionally, Bernal showed her punk methods for promoting the film.