FILM THREAT’S GUIDE TO THE 2007 SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON (PART 3)

Sunday, July 29, 2007
I’m not going to lie to you, Sunday is routinely known as the best day for shopping at the Con, as every dealer who needs to move product is on the floor discounting their wares. If you’re smart, you spend the first three days deciding what you want to buy, and you wait until Sunday to actually purchase. Unless it’s an exclusive or rarity, it’ll probably be around come Sunday.

Other Daily Events at the San Diego Comic-Con

Comic-Con Film School 101 — This is the 4th year for the Comic-Con Film School, and every year has been an improvement. For those of you looking for some insider film knowledge and nuts-and-bolts filmmaking advice, check out the Comic-Con Film School as it runs throughout the duration of the Con, each day offering different areas of cinematic expertise.

Comic-Con International Film Festival – Every day at the Con, starting early on and continuing into the evening, are independent film screenings showcasing all genres and formats. Animation, documentary, narrative features and shorts… forget the geeks and watch some films. And a little hint, when you’re sick of walking the Con and can’t find anywhere to sit down, head to the Film Festival in Room 26AB. Not only are there seats, there’s great films…

There you go, Film Threat’s suggestions for which panels to check out during the 2007 San Diego Comic-Con. Enjoy yourselves this week, drink plenty of water and be kind to your fellow geek.

In the words of Ron Burgundy, said with the greatest amount of love, “Go fuck yourself, San Diego.”

– Mark Bell, Editor-in-Los Angeles




Posted on July 26, 2007 in Features by
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