From: john porter (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Oct 17 2007 - 22:57:18 PDT

Thanks Michael, for those details in a plain text
email. The TIE programs are jpegs of text so I can't
copy & paste the details for my Upcoming Events page.

I've had the Montevideo festival on my page for quite
a while and thought that "that was it". Now this
Montreal version suddenly appeared and caught me by
surprise. I'd like to go, but short notice. The
opening super 8 screening looks incredible, and fun -
in the bar instead of that university building (ugh).

> Hi John. This is a film festival. Not a
> tour/retrospective show. This year, they
> are holding two major international fests with
> all-new film
> programs/films/in-person filmmakers/curators etc.
> The first is held
> November 2-4 in Montreal. The second is held
> November 21-24 in
> Montevideo, Uruguay.
> Preceding Montevideo, Uruguay, TIE-2007: Montréal,
> Canada, November
> 2-4, hosts a thirty-film line-up that includes work
> by Diane Kitchen,
> Frank Biesendorfer, Luther Price, Michael Robinson
> and Jeanne Liotta,
> as well as recent films by Robert Todd and Jonathan
> Schwartz, among
> other programs and films. TIE-2007: Montevideo,
> Uruguay, hosts an
> entirely unique selection of films and programs.
> Interested parties
> are therefore encouraged to attend both TIE-2007
> festivals.
> Both Locations begin with Mont (or Mount). There are
> no coincidences.

> Sorry, I'm confused.
> Is it a tour? Of the festival a year ago in Denver?
> Is it an annual tour?
> Is there an itinerary?
> Does the program change for every city? To what
> degree?

John Porter, Toronto, Canada
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