Tuesday, August 29, 2006

How to Schedule Movies and Not Go Crazy (Part 4)

Since the film schedule has gone live, this is becoming increasingly unnecessary, so rather than my usual novel, I'll be brief. The process from here on in is fairly simple: When the schedule goes live, you'll be given the opportunity to choose your films and plug them into a personal schedule. Fill in your first choices, then your second. Then, dig through the schedule and add as many additional films as you feel comfortable with. Don't worry about cluttering the schedule, because you'll need those additional films to fill in the inevitable gaps.

This can get wildly complicated, since the movie times very, very rarely conform to your needs and desires. For example, Saturday the 16th is currently a hell for Asian film fans, since Invisible Waves, Woman on the Beach, Syndromes and a Century, Family Ties, Big Bang Love Juvenile A and the Election/Election 2 combo all have wildly overlapping times in the middle of the day. They all get prior showings, naturally, but since those tend to overlap...well, you can see why it sucks.

Regardless, the schedule will come together and a grand time will be had by all. Incidentally, since these posts couldn't cover everything, I direct you here, to glenlake8's excellent complementary post, which covers the very important factors of theatre size and locations.

Now I'll head off to wrestle this damn schedule down to a manageable size. As soon as it's done, I'll post it on the site.

14 comments:

TIFF Dilettante said...

Thank you for the great tips. May I suggest you try Fay Grim, Venus and Mon meilleur ami.

Crunchy Squirrel said...

I'm definitely gonna try for Fay Grim, though (shameful admission alert) I've never seen a Hal Hartley film before, much less Henry Fool. I doubt it'll make much difference, but there it is.

Venus is probably good, but I can't find the time for it. Ditto for Mon Meilleru Ami. Regardless, thanks for the suggestions.

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