I believe the Boston situation deserves its very own brief entry as the previous blog (AKA The Bumblingest Blog from the Annals of Convoluted Bloggery) has left some confused. So, here goes:
How to Obtain Free Tickets to the MC Frontalot/Prince Paul After Party at the Independent Film Festival Boston: A Four Part Treaties
- Email me by April 22 with your name (me being negin and my email address being, the thing you would normally find on the Contact page of this here website)
- Ill put your name on a slip of paper PLUS ONE. I will throw said paper in a hat-like object. Since my original, now notoriously confusing blog entry, Ive decided to specify that the hat-like object will in fact be the hat I wore when I played the part of G-d in Neil Simons Gods Favorite my senior year of high school*). The first fifty to be drawn from that Neil Simon-esque hat, will get in to the party.
- Ill email you back (probably on April 23/24) letting you know that youre getting a free ticket to the party. Your response to that email may be to A) rejoice, B) shrug with indifference, or C) eat a waffle.
- The catch is you can only pick up your ticket at one of the screenings. Which means, that you might as well see the film while youre at it! But I wouldnt view that as a catch maybe more of an awesome incidental. But of course, Im biased.
Of course, if you want to see the movie in the Boston area, youd need this information:
IFF Boston Screening Details:
Friday, April 25, Midnight @ Somerville Theatre (55 Davis Square)
Sunday, April 27, 5pm @ Brattle Theatre (40 Brattle St., Harvard Square)
Get Tix Here
Hope that clears up our role in the IFFBoston and its closing night ITA/Nerdcore Rising party.
With a larger sense of clarity,
*I mean, I dont want to brag but that part landed me the prestigious Best Actress trophy in the annual Palm Springs High School Thespian Awards. It would have been unbecoming had I mentioned that in the actual body of the blog of course not everyone is as fortunate as I am to win the much sought after PSHSTA. But I did feel that it warranted a small utterance in the post-script space. And again, without wanting to brag, a photo of me in that role just seemed necessary. I’m 16 in the photo. And yes, a drama geek of epic proportions.