2022 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Raven Jackson’s All Dirt Roads Taste Of Salt
While this definitely feels like a bonafide Sundance film, of all the predictions you’ll find here we have no idea how far into the post production journey the film is, and when you consider the amount of inventory the A24 folks have – a fall fest debut or 2023 Sundance positioning might be more logical. Raven Jackson‘s All Dirt Roads Taste Of Salt was shot in Tennessee and was produced by cool kids in Pastel’s Barry Jenkins and Adele Romanski. Shot on film, Jomo Fray (Selah and the Spades and Port Authority) was the cinematographer. A poet, fotog and filmmaker, Jackson’s short Nettles was selected for San Sebastián. All Dirt Roads Taste Of Salt is supported by Cinereach, SFFILM, IFP, Film Independent, Tribeca Film Institute, New Orleans Film Society, Kenneth Rainin Foundation, and Westridge Foundation.
Gist: This explores the life of a black woman in chronicles in rural Tennessee – from her youth to her older years.
Production Co./Producers: Pastel’s Barry Jenkins and Adele Romanski, Maria Altamirano.
Prediction: U.S. DRAMATIC COMPETITION.
U.S. Distributor: A24.