“Best Of” and Baltimore

Just a couple of quick updates, folks.

First of all, there’s an article in today’s Post about the real-life “Tim Tate, gay glass sculptor extraordinaire.” Just thought it might be of interest to some of you.

At the end of the article, they mention a (free) “Best Of the 48HFP DC” screening at the Warehouse Theater on June 22 at 7pm. Haven’t heard anything directly about this myself, but if it’s true (it’s on their schedule, but no mention of price), it’ll certainly be worth a look-see.

And I also received word that, contrary to earlier reports, the 48 Hour Film Project will in fact be heading up to the Charm City. Unfortunately, it’s over the weekend of July 14–16th, during which I will be at a long-planned family wedding. But far be it from me to demand that my participation be the deciding factor. If you’re interested in joining in, let us know and we’ll see if we’ve got enough interest to field a team.

(And on a housekeeping note, I’d also like to collect short bios and head shots for both our website and DVD editions of our work. So if you think you’re likely to be so featured (use your judgment — though if you’ve delivered a line on screen or had “director,” “producer,” or “writer” appear next to your name, it’s probably a good bet), you may want to pass along your best photos and brief bio paragraphs. Otherwise, we’ll pick out the most unflattering screen capture and just make up some crap about you.)