THE BELL LIGHTBOX THEATER was filled with volunteers, who were generally helpful. Waiting outside was difficult, for my friend who was handicapped, but she was finally noticed, and moved to the front of the line.
Inside the theatre, there was some confusion about which floor the films were on and how to get there. Washrooms were not easily accessible, because of the crowding. Stairways were crowded.
The most difficult part of the festival was waiting in very long lines outside in the blazing hot sun.
The films were great; we had ordered tickets and were able to pick up others as time permitted. Office staff were friendly and efficient.
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