Simone does the PR at 1001 Production House
The entry form from Sundance Film Festival is way harder than it looks. They asked me all kinds of questions, technical but also content related. And because air travel is not to be trusted, and we want to be sure we have a chance we gave ourselves until this Friday to finish everything. And that’s the trickiest period, because when you think you’re almost done all these little problems and loose ends come popping up. Where they were hiding all this time, I don’t know, but we have got to fix them. But the technical part of the entry form gives me a lot of information I didn’t know about our film or film in general. I never really looked at all the technical stuff during a project, to be honest I never really got the hang of it. I just didn’t get it. Now, I have to get it because otherwise the Festival will think we’re crazy for filling in the entry form all wrong. But with the help of Farshad and the guys from Redline we’ll get there.
So that’s basically it for this week. The only thing that’s on my mind is getting that DVD at the programmer’s desk by the 29th of September. All my positive energy goes to the airplane with our precious cargo and to the trucks that have to bring it to its final destination in LA. So if you have any positive energy left? Send it to us. Or to our DVD. It’s signed, sealed and not yet delivered, but it is definitely almost on its way.
Now the only thing we can do is hope. Hope that the people at Sundance love our DVD and the whole journey wasn’t only for ourselves.