"Thou Shalt Not Tailgate" - BRC Post Office & Art Cars

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"Thou Shalt Not Tailgate" - BRC Post Office & Art Cars

Post by some seeing eye » Mon Feb 05, 2018 3:54 pm

Thou Shall Not Tailgate is a new independent film about Reverend Chuck Linville, Portland Cacaphony co-founder, BRC Post Office fixture (founder?) and burner since 1994.

It focuses on his art cars, his creative residence and touches on early Burning Man.

Chuck is actually a disgruntled postal worker, his job has been a US Mail letter carrier. He was in Harrod Blank's famous 1992 art car documentary, Wild Wheels. Blank was the creator of the famous Camera Van which you may have seen at Burning Man. Blank was the founder of the Art Car Camp about 1994, for the first mutant vehicles on the playa.

The film just premeiered, and it is not feature length, so how and when you can see it is not known yet. Likely festivals for a while.

Chuck Linville home.jpg
Chuck Linville car interior.jpg
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