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Monday, 6 August 2012

Traverse City Film Festival - tweets about Whole Lotta Sole

Assuming the 'embed function' from this Storify collection works (might have to wait for the page to load) there should be a panel below containing a bit of back history about the film Whole Lotta Sole and a bunch of tweets from people who saw it recently at the Traverse City Film Festival. Which reminds me I really must get a shift on and finish off my posts on #wholelottasoleapalooza (see June 2012 in the archives).



2 comments:

  1. Hmmm... if you can see this comment it means the embed function didn't work and I've not figured out why yet - so in the meanwhile please see the tweets at Storify - http://storify.com/jobrodie/whole-lotta-sole-at-traverse-city-film-festival-tc

    I've tried putting it in DIV tags... oh well, I'm off out to hear a bridge that's been rigged up to play music (Martyn Ware's Millennium Bridge project) so will have to fix later :)

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  2. Aha, looks like it worked after all.

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