Friday, April 8, 2011
However, I was on such a helium high from cackling uncontrollably throughout this comedic documentary chronicling Phil Rosenthal's misadventures while recreating his hit show Everybody Loves Raymond, with a Russian cast, for a Russian audience, in Moscow. Followed by a jocular Q & A with this quick-witted talent; that I decided to skip the second film and just head over to the opening night party.
Moscow Art Theater, the epicenter of theater, founded by Stanislavski himself. The Executive Director of M.A.T, adamantly refuses to release the actor, even temporarily to shoot the show, so it's back to the drawing board.
Independence Visitor Center.
After 3 cocktails (let's give a shout out to the sponsors, Bluecoat Gin, Triumph Brewing Company, Barefoot Wines and Smirnoff Vodka) I was ready to dance! My new friend Sherna, (pictured with old friend Darren) was ready to be my partner and we truly got the party started. Many (I'm certain embarrassing) pictures were taken of me "shaking my groove thing", when they get posted on the Cinefest site, I'll post a link.
|Liam, Kaitlyn & Ray at Cinefest Opening Party|
I got up too late to see anything this afternoon, and my art opening is this evening, so check back for more Tinsel & Tine film coverage over the weekend from Cinefest 2011!