Wait no longer! It’s the final report from the San Francisco International Film Festival, where camera guru Beth Hondl and I covered the Closing Night Party. Beth H., it needs to be said, is my new partner in crime, encouraging my antics and allowing me to hang out perhaps a little too much at the coffee table.

While this party was Benjamin Bratt-free, we did get a chance to interview SF Appeal Contest winners Kim and April, who weren’t wild about the closing night film, Unmade Beds. I appreciated their frankness, tho. It seems if you stick a microphone and a camera in anyone’s face, they’ll usually gush over whatever you ask them. “Oh, Gigli was just magnificent. It really captured the conundrums of complex inter-personal….” Alright, alright. We’re not a goddamn infomercial.

We had a fabulous time covering the shindigs at the SFIFF and wanna give a shout out to Ashley the Publicist that took awesome care of us, along with her colleagues Hilary and Bill. Here’s hoping we get to cover more soirees and bring you the real scoop on what went down, like Leonard, a gentleman from Russian TV Guide in a cowboy hat that couldn’t get over the free meatballs.

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