Reel Projections Podcast: The Clearwater Film Festival Preview Edition, featuring an interview with Executive Director Mike Rembis

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We're back for another installment of the Reel Projections podcast, this time with a very special preview of The Clearwater Film Festival. For this week's podcast, I journeyed deep into the heart of downtown Clearwater for a conversation with CFF's Executive Director Mike Rembis and Master of Ceremonies Mark Troy. While noshing on pizza and paninis at the lovely Cafe Milano, Mike, Mark and I discussed film screenings, sure-to-be killer parties and what it takes to put on a first-class film gathering.

Please Note: Though a limited number of single-show tickets will be available for $10 on the day of a screening, the best way to experience the Clearwater Film Festival is to buy a Festival Badge, which range in price from $35 up to $350. You CAN NOT get into any parties or educational panels without one, and the badges are only on sale through Monday. Click here to purchase one, and you better make it snappy …

Keep reading for the link to listen to this week's show …

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