We did the third showing at the
I have to say, I liked being at the Brattle Theatre a lot more than I did
at the Somerville Theatre.
I would have thought it'd be the other way around since the Brattle
only has one screen and they're so artsy that you'd think they'd get
into this "we're artsy and above all that non-art riff-raff"
but they don't. The people were way cool and helpful and the place
itself was easy to do our thing in.
The Somerville Theatre people, on the other hand, were just basically
unhelpful. I get this feeling they hate working there--it's hard to
say though. S remarked that it must be a job requirement that
they're not allowed to smile. Ever. It's interesting to note they
have a Good Humor vending machine in their lobby.
Anyhow, things went as they tend to go. It's really wild watching
these people who participated watching the products of their weekends.
Some are excited and really liked what they created. Others just hate
it all. Some wax on about whose fault all the problems were.
It's interesting to note that almost all of the groups so far used
a variation of Final Cut Express or Final Cut Pro on
a Mac. It's also interesting to note that Avid was one of the
sponsors of the 48 hour film project.