From: Adam Trowbridge (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Aug 25 2006 - 09:58:02 PDT
> do u live in manhattan?
> we do not have 'very few' venues
> for experimental work
> why do people think that?
> and none of them (till now) charged to submit work
> hmnn i wonder why that would be???
None of them? This seems to be one...
Submission Fee: $15 Student / $20 Short / Feature $25
Anthology Film Archives
32 2nd Avenue
New York, NY 10003 USA
Telephone: (212) 505-5181
Fax: (212) 477-2714
Note that this is specifically a series and not a festival.
Note that this is in Manhattan.
> who is using sarcasm now
> and not answering my question
You didn't ask a question.
> what a surprise u r adam (sarcasm)
> such levels of discourse (sarcasm)
That act is getting stale. I'm done with responding to it. There's no
possibility of discussion, you just want to make vague, unsupported
statements and petty attacks implying that questioning questioning is
counterrevolutionary...or something like that it's really hard to tell
what it is you're on about.
There's a discussion to be had about how money acts in sharing work but
this isn't it. This has been me asking why a few people made snide remarks
about what seemed to be a pretty ordinary call for entries and you telling
me that those comments will change the world.
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