Ellen (ennienyc) wrote,


For the last two years, I bought a daytime pass to the Tribeca Film Festival. This let me see unlimited movies during the day for a flat rate with no reservations needed.

Things got gummed up when I unexpectedly got a game-show job before the end of the fest last year, and could not use the pass quite as much as I'd intended. It still was convenient and cost-efficient.

The festival has announced this year's ticket packages and alas, no more daytime pass. They have discount packages for 10 daytime or evening tickets, but I'm unclear whether you have to book specific movies in advance. If that's the case, it won't be nearly as good but I might do it anyway. Hmmm, do I want to go for 20 movies (1 day, 1 evening package)? No idea what's on the schedule.

I was talking about this to someone at the Spirit screenings, who thought I should try for an industry or media pass, except I'm not really industry or media (Crosswords? Blog? Nah). Maybe A.O. Scott needs some help.

While on the Tribeca site, I saw they are looking for people to write movie descriptions for their catalog over the next few weeks. This sounds like something I could do, except I'm too lazy.

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