Thanks for the Memories, Montclair Film Festival

BY  |  Monday, May 07, 2012 1:45pm  |  COMMENTS (6)

It was a wonderful week for everybody who participated. Kudos to Montclair Film Festival founder Bob Feinberg, to general manager Meredith Ladov, co-directors Raphaela Neihausen and Thom Powers — and to all the volunteers, board members, filmmakers and audiences that made it such a special week.

6 Comments

  1. POSTED BY walleroo  |  May 07, 2012 @ 4:14 pm

    I hope Baristanet celebrates the two-day anniversary of MFF tomorrow by publishing some interviews with the founders, perhaps Colbert, and some photos film clips. Then next week it’ll be time for the one week anniversary, so maybe you might want to line up some interviews with the founders, perhaps Colbert, and some photos and film clips.

    Then in June it’ll be time for the one-month annversary, so maybe you might want to line up some interviews with the founders, perhaps Colbert, and some photos and film clips.

    Then surely there’ll be some news about what they might do next year, so you’ll want to do a story on that, to be followed by some interviews with the founders, perhaps Colbert, and some photos and film clips.

  2. POSTED BY walleroo  |  May 07, 2012 @ 4:15 pm

    so maybe you might want to line up some interviews with the founders, perhaps Colbert, and some photos and film clips. so maybe you might want to line up some interviews with the founders, perhaps Colbert, and some photos and film clips. so maybe you might want to line up some interviews with the founders, perhaps Colbert, and some photos and film clips. so maybe you might want to line up some interviews with the founders, perhaps Colbert, and some photos and film clips. so maybe you might want to line up some interviews with the founders, perhaps Colbert, and some photos and film clips. so maybe you might want to line up some interviews with the founders, perhaps Colbert, and some photos and film clips. so maybe you might want to line up some interviews with the founders, perhaps Colbert, and some photos and film clips. so maybe you might want to line up some interviews with the founders, perhaps Colbert, and some photos and film clips. so maybe you might want to line up some interviews with the founders, perhaps Colbert, and some photos and film clips. so maybe you might want to line up some interviews with the founders, perhaps Colbert, and some photos and film clips. so maybe you might want to line up some interviews with the founders, perhaps Colbert, and some photos and film clips. so maybe you might want to line up some interviews with the founders, perhaps Colbert, and some photos and film clips.

    etc.

  3. POSTED BY notmyrealname  |  May 07, 2012 @ 4:55 pm

    I’m sorry. Did someone force you to read about it? A big event happened here, with a smattering of famous names and a whole flock of folks who deserve to be better known. A lot of people had a good time. It certainly is a shame that the local media went to the trouble of covering it.

  4. POSTED BY Nellie  |  May 07, 2012 @ 6:53 pm

    Walleroo, maybe next year, there will be a film about a marsupial climbing the Empire State Building. Seriously, it looks like it was a great event, and I enjoyed the coverage here.

  5. POSTED BY jerseygurl  |  May 07, 2012 @ 8:57 pm

    Bravo to everyone who helped make this a stellar event. The founders, organizers, volunteers and everyone who bought tickets and attended. Mr. Gurl and I had a great time and I’m looking forward to next year.

  6. POSTED BY brightside  |  May 08, 2012 @ 9:00 am

    Walleroo, if you didn’t spend most of your days on Baristanet, the extensive coverage might not bother you so much. Go see a movie.

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