Sita in Paris (Centre Pompidou) Sunday June 29

“Enfin, Sita sings the blues, Cristal du long-métrage, sera diffusé dimanche à 14h30.”

On DVD, because the French print and I are still in Avignon.

“Enfin, Sita sings the blues, Cristal du long-métrage, sera diffusé dimanche à 14h30.” On DVD, because the French print and I are still in

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I miss my cat!

Truly, missing my cat is the biggest downside to all this traveling. They just don’t make ‘em as fat and cuddly as Bruno, here in Europe.

Other than that, I can’t complain. Today I’m off to Avignon.

Truly, missing my cat is the biggest downside to all this traveling. They just don’t make ‘em as fat and cuddly as Bruno, here in Europe. Other than

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Greetings from Novi Sad

I’m currently at a VERY well-organized film festival in Serbia. They picked me up at the airport, assigned me my own handler, put me in a top hotel, gave me a detailed personal schedule, fed me, got me a local SIM card for my cell phone, drove me everywhere on time…and this is their first year! It’s organized by the same people who’ve done a music festival in Novi Sad for 8 years in a row, and their experience handling complex logistics and tempermental egomaniacal artists shows. Sita had two well-attended outdoor screenings. Now I get to relax and sight-see until I return to Geneva Sunday. 

Thanks everyone who sent kind words about the

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The Annecy and the Ecstasy

Holy shit

Holy

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Adios Encore

I’m off to France, Serbia and London, back mid-July. I’ll blog if I can, but posts may be sparse depending on internet access and free time. See you in Europe!

I’m off to France, Serbia and London, back mid-July. I’ll blog if I can, but posts may be sparse depending on internet access and free time. See you

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The Apprentice Moves On

Wayyyy back in the Summer of 2005, I took on my first – and only – apprentice, Jake Friedman. In exchange for my Flash guidance, Jake worked on monkey-on-demon violence in the “Battle of Lanka” chapter of Sita Sings the Blues, devising some charmingly creative gore.

3 years have passed, and now Jake brings us this:

Wayyyy back in the Summer of 2005, I took on my first – and only – apprentice, Jake Friedman. In exchange for my Flash guidance, Jake worked on

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