I’m not venturing out to Doc/Fest until later today.
I have a few things I need to take care of today and I have a bit of a sore head after the Curzon rooftop drinks with Shooting People and The South Yorkshire Filmmakers Network, Queerama and the opening night party at the City Hall.
I was supposed to watch Ouaga Girls this morning but decided to watch it on Doc/Player from the comfort of home instead but it doesn’t seem to work on iPad or iPhone. I’ll have to try it on my laptop later as I left it in the studio yesterday.
I was in my Gladiator Southerners yesterday which have left me with blisters this morning. Will switch to my Doc Martens Cappers I think.
Meeting up with Steven Corton (aka Bernard) again later and also Miriam Rowe who I met at Doc/Fest last year.
In the Doc/Fest Exchange with Bernard and met up with Miriam, we're listening to a talk by [Walter Murch](http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0004555" target="_blank) which is really good.
We're out and on our way to get some awesome Chinese food at Noodle Inn Centro, we've met up with Jemma and Anna, friends of Miriam who I also met last year.
Miriam has gone back to Liverpool, Jemma and Anna have headed off to their hotel and myself and Bernard are off to The Curzon cinema to watch [Tonite Let's All Make Love in London (1967)](http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0062379" target="_blank).
Named after an Allen Ginsberg poem, Peter Whitehead's psychedelic “pop concerto" is propelled by such sounds as Pink Floyd's "Interstellar Overdrive". It presents meditations on swinging London nightlife – from revolution to sex – by such iconic figures as Mick Jagger, Julie Christie, Michael Caine, Lee Marvin, and includes footage of rioting audiences interrupting a 1966 Rolling Stones concert in the Royal Albert Hall.
That's it for me today.