ATHENS, GA: INSIDE OUT — SCREENING Q&A!

The “Post-Punk Junk” festival I programmed for The Cinefamily just ended this past Thursday night, pill with a great closing-night 35mm screening of “Liquid Sky”. Kinda sad to see it go, mind but it’ll be back once again next year, for those who live in Los Angeles.

For those who couldn’t come out, here’s the Q&A that I did on Feb. 18th with “Athens, GA. Inside/Out” producer Bill Cody — I’ll be posting the “Liquid Sky” Q&A with director Slava Tsukerman in a day or two.

“Athens, GA: Inside Out” Q&A (1 of 2)

“Athens, GA: Inside Out” Q&A (2 of 2)

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512 Responses to ATHENS, GA: INSIDE OUT — SCREENING Q&A!

  1. Julian says:

    Gosh I wish I could’ve been there for this event. The film was a labor of love and its a real treat to get behind the scenes and into the mind of its creator. Thanks for putting this up it was really appreciated.

  2. Campfires & Battlefields says:

    If only some kind soul could find it in his heart to post the soundtrack from Athens, GA Inside/Out. That would be a gesture of love, that would.

  3. Greg says:

    Thank you so much for having made this film Tony & Bill. I had left Athens just prior to your arrival & now, almost a quarter century on, this film has become an invaluable historic document that only will increase in value as time goes by. It ought to be in the L.O.C. collection.

    IMO it is like having a professional home movie of our twenties. Now that Laura Carter is gone as is John Seawright (& I ain’t feelin’ too well myself, lol) & the cutting edge have moved on a generation or two, while so many of the others have scattered to the winds…Athens is just a changed place. (thanks ’96 games!)

    A.G. I/O is now (as the best cinema will) Thank you so much for having made this film Tony & Bill. I had left Athens just prior to your arrival & now, a quarter century on, this film has become an invaluable historic document that only will increase in value as time goes by.

    A.G. I/O is now (as will all good cinema) transmuting, becoming somewhat of an elegiac, wistful film. Nothing good lasts, nor was it made to, but in this small bubble of a film we are reminded of who, what, when & where we were. I DO miss the Twentieth Century a bit at times.

    Thanks guys.Nothing good lasts, nor was it made to, but in this small bittersweet bubble of a film we are reminded of who, what, when & where we were and what we were doing. I DO miss the Twentieth Century a bit at times.

    This film has become my Madeleine, “the vicissitudes of life… become indifferent to me, its disasters innocuous, its brevity illusory…” Thanks guys.

    Sincerely,

    Greg, slowly on his way to Canada —–>

  4. Greg says:

    …uh, omit third paragraph, above… >duh,yuh