The afternoon film was "TWISTED: A Balloonamentary", a look at balloon twisters, their gatherings, and their life stories. I really liked the amazing sculptures that they made, but the film itself was a bit too scattered, shallowly covering a lot of people instead of focusing on a few stories. I did find myself crying a lot at the end (a key figure in the twisting world died while the film was being shot), but it was mostly sympathetic tears.
After that was a short, "Scenic Highway", about Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Fun fact: the capitol building there doubled as the UT tower in a film shot in the 70's about the Charles Whitman shootings. That played with the feature documentary "Fish Kill Flea" about a flea market in New York that closes -- it was OK, but not really very memorable, IMO.
I had dinner at Noodle-ism with my fellow panelists so we could get ready for the morning's session on designing for convergent devices, then Annelies ran into Patrick and Tiffany and I joined up with the three to hang out before they went to see "Big Rig".
Tomorrow: panel in the morning, films all afternoon and evening. Yeah!