On DVD, because the French print and I are still in Avignon.
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 Annecy win. I still can hardly believe it. What a strange world! I love you all.
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: