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hey jlordtree there were 10 films that were absolutely free at the college...if you would have gone to the website you would have seen that.
also the 15 dollar price was for a double feature... another huge point you could have seen by going to the website...did you think to look into any of that or did you just make a judgement without getting the info straight?
you missed out. It was awesome...i guess if they would have not been so obscure you would have been more interested...have you ever thought about how cool it would be to talk to the filmmakers that made the films? Well you could have done that too, in the Q&A sessions with all the filmmakers that were in attendance with actors from the films...
and there was no killing made, the festival will be lucky to break even. It takes a lot of money to fly in 30 filmmakers and actors, and pay the royalties on the films and the $13000 for the projector and venue don't help either...
it is not just a dvd in a dvd player...if you had any clue about what makes a festival run you would not make ignorant comments and embarrass yourself.
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We hate what we don't understand.
Um ...I have one. How about this headline- independent artists continue forward progress while anonymous bloggers pout in basement.
Dig- it is not the city taxpayers dollars, it is hotel motel tax dollars that are REQUIRED to go to the arts. In looking at the article, Soliz tried to give up the cities tax dollars and the council acted responsibly and let that motion die.
wow. jason bourne commented!!! holy crap is he going to be at the film festival?
Wow, you guys should get a room. Jeff you have found your constituents- you should found your own, new city and lead these geniuses to the promised land. A land void of creativity and rife with Robert's Rules of Orders.