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Graham Leggat Talks Film & Citizen Media

Posted in GETV Episode by ekai on the April 3rd, 2006

This one is for the film geeks. The organizers of the 49th San Francisco International Film Festival are courting bloggers and videobloggers this year to help spread the love. We like love, so here we are. GETV Investigative Film Geek Violet Blue speaks with Graham Leggat, head of the SF Film Society which puts on the festival. He talks a bit about bloggers as media, couch surfing filmmakers, some favorite controversial films and militant lesbian kayakers of Afghanistan. Episode links: sffs, sf360, sfiff, tom cruise, couch surfing

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  1. Francisco said,

    on April 4th, 2006 at 8:23 pm

    I really hope Irina Slutsky is not pursuing Scientology; you really don’t have to go after them- they go after you. They’re like encyclopedia salesmen. When I was unemployed, the Celebrity Center kept me waiting (about 3 hours) on a job interview. I ended up eating all 5 of my protein bars. Watched a rather loud Kirstie Ally promo film, and was offered a $20 dollar a week job.
    They gave me a personality test and some man showed me a book with red and green writing. Hokey.

  2. Irina said,

    on April 5th, 2006 at 12:41 am

    that sounds like my last date! except for the part about red and green writing.

  3. on April 21st, 2006 at 12:44 am

    SF international film fest opening…

    In photos, courtesy of your correspondant half-drunk on free Skyy vodka. They’re a sponsor, huh. Free vodka and Stella Artois flowed at the afterparty, which was neatly divided into VIP and non-VIP classes. Us bloggers as citizen media? My……