I have to say the venue at Bear Tooth Theatre with a bar in the theatre and tables in front of all seats serving gourmet pizza and burritos was an awesome way to screen a film. In this case Undercurrent screened during the special program Martini Matinee so voldka was abundant — The screening was on Friday at 2:30pm and honestly I figured there would be very few people in attendance – boy was I wrong – it was pretty much full – Anchorage moviegoers are true lovers of film (or voldka perhaps!) – honestly it was a wonderful experience and the people of Anchorage are lovely – and hey, ya can’t beat the setting, truly a winter wonderland as the snow crystallizes on the branches of trees and the mountains, wow, it’s like they pose for tourists in search of a perfect photo. PS saw a couple great films, one being Hiptsters (from Russia) just nominated for a Golden Globe – amazing! And a really moving doc called Girls on the Wall – I cried the whole way through. All in all, Anchorage Film Festival is a must for all filmmakers.
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