CINEVEGAS PHOTO DIARY 2: THE END

CINEVEGAS PHOTO DIARY 2: THE END

It’s now been over a day since I have been back from Vegas and I am still not fully recovered. But I have sorted through all of my photos finally and now it’s about that time to share. To begin, the Stardust sign:

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Omahyra (X-3) was bowling it up to support award winner G. I. Jesus.

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A few days later, in a hotel suite at The Palms with a basketball court in the middle of it, Chris Gore and Mark Bell get ready for another beverage run.

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Here is the basketball court in case you didn’t believe me…

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Gore had some zipper problems so Bell hooked it up.

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Mark and I pretty much lived in Cinevegas HQ and waited for lunch everyday at 3:00pm.

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Here I am, sandwiched between Artie Lange and Seymour Cassel supporting Beer League.

Artie Lange.jpg

Director Kurt Voelker (Park) still glowing from his Audience Award win.

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Also glowing because of the win, Park‘s producer, Dana Jackson.

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At this same party, Omahyra whispered some magic into my ear.

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That’s about it. I still haven’t slept yet. Cinevegas was an absolute blast, I can’t wait until next year. I met a lot of cool people and shared some very interesting adventures with the crews behind 5 Up 2 Down and Park. Hopefully we’ll all run into each other soon. Until next year, good night Las Vegas.




Posted on June 20, 2006 in Blogs by

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2 Comments on "CINEVEGAS PHOTO DIARY 2: THE END"

  1. Amon Focus on Tue, 20th Jun 2006 11:15 am 

    Mike,

    Good to see you livin up. I ain’t mad at ya! Whats up, lemme get Omahyra’s digits. YEAH!! Just kiddin but if you gott’em….uhm yeah.

    -Amon


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  2. Kurt Voelker on Tue, 20th Jun 2006 11:55 am 

    Mike – you’re an animal! After nine days of debauchery with you at CineVegas, I have new-found respect for the endurance and staying power required to be cinematic journalist. All the best, Kurt Voelker


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