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AIFF Recap

08Apr09

You may not think so, but watching 9 blocks of films in 4 days is exhausting. Days spent writing, nights spent editing, and trying to find time to eat and drink in between. Overall, the festival was great; most of the films were really cool, the people were friendly, and the panninis were bomb. We […]


One of our favorite features we saw at AIFF was Paper Covers Rock, written and directed by Joe Maggio. It’s the story of a mother, superbly played by Jeannine Kaspar, suffering from chronic depression and desperately trying to reunite with her daughter. We got the chance to talk this fantastic actress right after the film. […]


Last day of the festival. We didn’t have a film until 6:20pm, but we spent the day dealing with technical difficulties. Grabbed a great lunch at Pangea in Ashland, then watched Paper Covers Rock. Scored an interview with the beautiful Jeannine Kaspar (lead actress), then finished the week off with Wendy and Lucy. We didn’t […]


On Day 3 of the festival, we were lucky enough to talk with Tim Gorski, cinematographer for At The Edge of The World. Here’s what he had to say…. [blip.tv ?posts_id=1978437&dest=-1]


It was great to sleep in and get some editing done, but we were late getting to the Animated Shorts, and they almost sold our tickets! Most of the shorts were really cool, and we got a Q&A with Joaquin Baldwin, director of Sebastian’s Voodoo (very well done). After coffee and bagels, we dove back […]


Reversion was one of the films we were most excited about seeing. But it was pretty much sold out throughout the festival. Last night, we were lucky enough to grab the last two seats at one of it’s showings. So here it is, a bonus video about the amazing movie we almost didn’t see. [blip.tv […]


Day two was a really long day. We woke up at 8am after editing and writing until 2am. With the help of a shitload of coffee, we got through Prom Night in Mississippi at 10am (great documentary, good job Morgan Freeman), and barely stayed awake through Trece Anos (short film) and The Betrayal (longest 96 […]