Dust-To-Digital Picture Show
Formed in 2004 as a record label, Lance Ledbetter’s Atlanta based Dust-To-Digital has released over a dozen handsomely packaged collections of American Roots music, including Art of Field Recording Volume I & II and Baby, How Can It Be?: Songs of Love, Lust and Contempt from the 1920s and 1930s. Grammy® awarded and praised throughout the music industry, they have become, as Pitchfork called them, “a gold standard reissue label”. In recent years they have turned their attention to film with the same passion they’ve directed at rare and unheard recordings, releasing Stewart Copeland’s “Let Your Feet Do The Talkin” (a 2010 Big Sky selection) and the already classic “Desperate Man Blues” (screening at this year’s fest). Ledbetter brings a collection of films, both old and new to Big Sky, from the Dust To Digital archive, including the sweet and quirky “Ten Thousand Points of Light” and other gems of Americana.