Wednesday, 18 March 2009

out of focus group c

On Friday the 13th, which was five days ago, Little Face was screened in front of a public audience for the first time at Adam Buxton's Out Of Focus Group C at the BFI on the Southbank. It was a thoroughly entertaining evening of stand-up, music, poetry, Famous Guy and Little Face.

Joe Cornish and Adam Buxton's Baad Dad were sitting in the row in front of us. I don't know what they thought of Little Face but afterwards Adam said he liked it although found it hard to watch himself in films. But he did say he liked it and for that I am pleased.

Played hangman on the train afterwards. We worked out that during the 1.6 hours of play we averaged 3.2 minutes per game.

2 comments:

Niki said...

Was in Milan for a night earlier this month and happened upon the film festival. Caught Little Face and absolutely adored it. A wonderful story / concept and executed so well. How do I see it again and spread the word to friends?
Best, Niki (Chicago, IL)

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