After the Credits Episode 70 – VIFF Preview 2009



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Dale (Digital Doodles), Colleen, Marina and special guest Jason Whyte of eFilmCritic look ahead to the Vancouver International Film Festival.

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Show Notes:

:01 – Bumper
:07 – Opening Music: dZ’s‘s “Get Out”
:40 – Introduction
VIFF
Fantastic Fest
Quietearth
Don on Twitter
Jason on Twitter

38:45 – Closing thoughts
45:37 – Closing Music: dZ’s‘s “Really High Hopes”

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Jandy Hardesty
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Hey, guess what?! I finally listened to one of our podcasts all the way through. I'm going to get in the podcast habit yet, it just takes me a little while. And you thoroughly succeeded in making me jealous of all the stuff you're going to see. Remind me of this jealousy next June so I get my ass in gear to see some of the LA Film Festival. (This year it happened to be the same week that work was insane and I was working like eleven hours a day, so I couldn't have done much anyway.)

rot
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How big is the L.A. Film festival, one would think huge?

enjoying following the VIFF experience through the podcast and twitter, nostalgic for our time in the sun last month.

I think I have already hammered it home, but See We Live in Public.

Jandy Hardesty
Admin

It's actually not as big as you'd think. At least not in terms of prestige – not very many premieres and things like that. And it's not the kind of thing that they talked about on the podcast with VIFF where you don't get to see a lot of those films except at the fest – aside from a few smaller things without distribution (and looking at the schedule, I didn't see a lot of interest there this year), everything comes to LA in actual release. There are some big gala presentations just because it's Hollywood; we had Michael Mann introducing Public Enemies this year, that kind of thing. But I'm less interested in those than in the smaller Sundancy/TIFFy stuff.

Next year I should have more time to check it out, though. I'm sure there are hidden gems if I'm able to pay closer attention to it.

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