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Boston 2007.3: …And They’re Always Glad You Came

Boston 2007.3: ...And They're Always Glad You Came

IFFBoston is close to over, but there’s still plenty going on through the weekend. My panel seemed to go well yesterday, with a decent-sized crowd and some good discussion. Saturday was a transition day at the festival, as a few people got ready to head back home, as a couple of folks were just arriving. Here’s some pics:

(Harvard Square on Saturday afternoon, where I did some shopping at places like the legendary Mass retail chain Newbury Comics.)

(Director Aaron Woolf, in the lobby of the Somerville Theatre prior to a screening of his great documentary, ‘King Corn.’)

(Hanging out in the Filmmakers Lounge, left to right, are ‘By Modern Measure’ director Matthew Lessner and ‘The Back of Her Head’ director Josh Safdie. These two shorts filmmakers were at SXSW this year with their films. Josh attended with his other short, ‘We’re Going to the Zoo.’)

(Giving a Q&A for the film ‘Great World of Sound’ are director Craig Zobel, left, and composer David Wingo. Wingo’s new band, Ola Podrida, just released their debut record this week. Pick it up!)

(‘Hannah Takes the Stairs’ co-star Kent Osborne got into the sushi action at Saturday night’s party. There was plenty of sushi and s’mores for dessert. Oh, and a dance party.)

(Filmmaker Moon Molson hangs out at the Saturday night party. His short film, ‘Pop Foul,’ is playing Boston and also won the Shorts Jury award at SXSW 2007.)

(Myself and ‘Audience of One’ director Michael Jacobs at the soiree. Mike’s documentary has been winning raves throughout the spring fest circuit.)

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