Ozpot wrote:bakergirl30 wrote:It's been about a 104 degrees around here lately.. I say clothes optional for Jemaine.. .. hmm wha??
Bad baker! that is not acceptable behaviour!
That's what it says on the fantastic fest link on the first page of this thread and that's why I'm not really into it. If you could buy a pass and be guaranteed to get into the screening that's one thing but unfortunately that's not the situation.DemonWoman wrote:Read a Tweet last night from Fantastic Fest and they said that having a film badge or a VIP pass is the only way you'll get into the opening and since VIPs are sold out, your only option would be to buy a $150 film badge.
Even then you are not guaranteed to get in. It's first come first serve.
Sherry wrote:I'm a lazy cow and I'd not drag my arse out of bed for the Jemaine screening one even if I lived round the corner Yeah I'm a true fan like that I'd amble down and see if I could spot him arriving or something perhaps but anything else would be overkill for me. Even thinking about going should I happen to live round the corner from said screening is hard work for me right now
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