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by Mark Elijah Rosenberg
March 18th, 2008
A quick update in the ongoing saga of Benh Zeitlin and “Glory at Sea!” You can read the backstory here, here, and here. Very nice posts were also written by The Austin Chronicle, Slamdance, and Spout.

As I wrote earlier, Benh was unable to make it to very much at the festival, because of his car accident. But he did make it to the final screening of his film, and told me “I started weeping about 10 minutes into the film and didn’t really stop, barely managed to answer any questions afterwards so the crew came up and filled in for me. It was a real release, a great feeling of closure on all this insanity and trauma.”

Benh is now back in New York, and would still love it if any SXSW filmmakers wanted to send DVDs of their films for him to see, because he wasn’t able to make the rounds at the festival. Please address them to:

Benh Zeitlin
43 South Calumet
Hastings NY 10706

News about Benh’s insurance needs and a possible benefit screening are still to come. Stay tuned here.

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  1. [...] and a possible benefit screening but Benh also missed the entire festival due to his injuries so go here to find out more about sending him your SXSW [...]

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