Monday, May 01, 2006

Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

Hey all. Just wanted to urge you to stay tuned in for more posting today. I'm far from done recording impressions, but have been in a wireless black hole for the last 24 hours due to, well, traveling in that infernal Illini weather. Stay tuned!

Update: It took me more than 24 hours to return from the Midwest to La Brookland, New York, but for posterity's sake, I still intend to document Ebertrest before I close this blog down. I hope some of y'all are still reading....

3 Comments:

Blogger Amishlaw said...

I have enjoyed your comments about Ebertfest. When you have caught your breath and caught up with your sleep, could you write something about the loud buzzing sounds that marred the showing of 10 out of the 12 movies? No explanation was ever given publicly. Was there talk of it in the Green Room? Was it the fault of the projectionists, or the equipment? If the equipment, why didn't it get fixed?

2:03 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

What about those technical problems with the sound system? (The horrible LOUD hums, etc. I missed some dialog at key points.) Good experience overall, my first Ebertfest ... but yikes, I flew over 1000 miles to get to this thing, and it was tough. Does this happen every so often with the variety of stuff they have to run through the system? I am a former projectionist and stage crew grunt. Just wondering what you guys think.
I have some more comments on the movies but I want to see if this gets on, first,

2:03 PM  
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