The film seemed to be received well. This was my third viewing of it, but I was really happy with the the edits since the previous versions. The timeline was clearer, and I liked the new footage of Kadeem Harrison's character, Dennis, which I'd not seen in the previous versions. I think it's an effective film, one that tries to juggle lots of things and mostly succeeds.
After the screening was the party at Kharma Lounge; I went by to say hello to a few people, but it was very crowded, and after about twenty minutes, I needed to leave. I did get to spend more time with the filmmakers this morning for the panel on the making of the film. It's a really unique production, the second feature by UT's Burnt Orange Productions. They've got a model where they make narrative feature films and get UT students to work as crew members, earning real-world experience. All the cast said that the UT students made up for inexperience with their energy and excitement.