We are watching the last block of films for the night. This will be followed by a Catered Red Carpet Party. The Red Carpet Party is usually held in the street in front of The Capitol Theater, but due to a lot of rain, it had to be moved indoors.
Oh, well! The lobby of the theater and the theater annex will be a bit cramped, but the film makers and film goers will get to know each other better. It’ll be warm and cozy.
Following the Red Carpet Party, the Awards Ceremony will be held and film makers, screen writers, and the audience will discover who goes home with the coveted “Alley Award” or the inspired “Writer’s Block.”
Prior to this section of The Snake Alley Festival of Film, was Cyn-A-Palooza. The Wiener Dog races were run in a monsoon, but the short-legged contenders put on their snorkels and were up for the challenge. There was a lot of barking, yapping, and smack-talking…but run they did. No Wiener dogs were hurt during these races.
Once we get finished with the awards ceremony, everyone will head to Martini’s for the final “after party” this year. Then, it’s home to “dry out” and plan a new film project for next year.
If you missed The Snake Alley Festival of Film this year, you missed a fun, and rocking event. Plan to be there next year. I’m already hearing rumblings of bigger and better doings for next year.