Hello Tokyo Screening

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ht-screening.jpgHello Tokyo plays at this weekend's Film Marmalade film jam:

Sunday, February 8
8 pm -- late
Pink Cow, Shibuya [map]
Admission: 500 yen

Film Marmalade is a loose confederation of independent filmmakers in Tokyo.

As you might expect, it's intimidating to screen my work to an audience of fellow filmmakers. If you're free on Sunday evening, why don't you come and keep me company? Otherwise, I'll have to hide in the bathroom until it's over.

Filmmarmalade vol.10

1. Jack Woodyard 
   “Don’t call me sensei”  15 min  Fiction Japan

2. Alvarez
   “Sobre la Tierra” (Upon the Earth) 8 min Fiction Argentina

3. Shannon Winnell 
   “Flow” 5 min  Experimental    Japan

4. David Roy 
“Modius-Café: The Uniclone Conspiracy” 3 min Flash Japan

5. Kristen McQuillin
“Hello Tokyo: Puzzles of Daily Life” 14 min  Educational Japan

6. Steve Ryan  
“24-hour bowling channel”  1 min  Documentary Japan

7. Steve Ryan  
“the love story of Lulu Belle” 4 min Fiction  Japan

8. Mifumi Obata 
“Unusual” 5 min Documentary    Japan

9. Jack Woodyard  
“The B”  1 min Fiction  Japan

10. Toowa II 
“no title” 5 min Animation/VJ Japan

2 Comments

Sooooo coool!
Hide in the kitchen rather than the bathroom. That way you can eat to feed the nervousness. Wish we could be there to see it. Let us know how it does and remember the people who knew you when.... ;)

It was good to see you last night, Kristen.
Out of the ones I saw, yours was the only one that made any sense. (I'm not saying that nonsense is bad, per se. I'm just saying.) You had nothing to fret about! If I knew anyone coming to Japan for the first time, I'd highly recommend your video.

I got hit on a lot to and from the bathroom. Those guys must have been blindingly drunk. I am only going back if I need an ego boost.

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