Category Archives: Jim Simler on Film

Film Festival 38 is in the record books

Film Festival 38 ended Sunday night around 10PM.  Amid a crowd of thousands, fans cheered everyone who came to the stage for recognition.  Films that I either saw or made an impression: Joe Siebert’s documentary, “The Sax Man” garnered the … Continue reading

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Film Festival 37 ends on a high note

Film festival 37 is history and I am a bit sad. Even though my cat and wife will (hopefully) be happier to see me, it was almost like being in high school where all you cared about was movies. Back … Continue reading

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Another Film Festival Year (37 to be exact) and you want to get involved

So the Film Festival is starting soon (Wednesday April 3, to be exact) and you are determined to go this year.  But you really need a good old fashioned FAQ.  Well, here are questions I do get frequently. What movies … Continue reading

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Film Festival 36 is a Take

Every year, I tell myself I am not going to be sad now that my life returns to normalcy.  I won’t see my friends so frequently (e.g. once every hour and a half).  My neck feels vacant without my Press … Continue reading

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Day 9 Wrap Up

We are heading into the last week of the Film Festival and it is with a sense of sadness and relief.  Every time my cats see my bright yellow film festival bag, they know I will be heading out 8 … Continue reading

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