The Virgin Alexander screening

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Virgin Alexander directors Charlotte Barrett and Sean Fallon during a post-screening Q&A.

We had a lot of fun last night at the two Virgin Alexander screenings at The Spectrum.

It was good to finally see the indie comedy that shot in Saratoga last summer. And it was interesting to hear from writer/directors Charlotte Barrett and Sean Fallon in the post-screening Q&A. (Q: How did a Rensselaer County sheriff's department car end up in the movie? A: What sheriff's department car...)

Thanks to everyone who came to the screenings. We were very happy to meet so many people again -- and meet others for the first time. (Tim looks just like his Twitter thumbnail when properly framed.) And many thanks to The Spectrum and New World Bistro Bar for working with us on the event.

A few more pics from the night are after the jump.

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Sean and Charlotte being interviewed by CBS6's Craig Smith.


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The post-first screening Q&A.



The crowd outside after the first screening.


The crowd lining up ahead of the second screening.

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A few crew members at the party at New World.


That was really fun - thanks for putting it together. I hope there are more fun movie events like this one in the future...and the proximity to NWBB makes EVERYone happy.

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