Cannes, Finding Jesus and the Wisdom of Isabella Rosselini

Posted in Diary of a Directrix, On the Fest Circuit
May 10th, 2010 by Devi Snively (The Directrix)

imagesThanks to friend Todd Livingston for recommending Roger Eberts Notebook on Cannes.  I can’t imagine a better way to prepare for the adventure ahead.  Thanks, too, to Henry Jaglom for his wonderful film Festival in Cannes which set the perfect mood before bed last night.  I’m now back at the Delta VIP lounge at the Detroit Airport, where I first wrote the treatment for trippin, where I’ve begun and completed so many adventures over the past 6 years, where I’ve grown up in some ways.  peggySo many fond memories in this wonderful place!  If it should come up before I remember to write my living will, I think I’d like some of my ashes scattered here when I pass, perhaps at the tequila bar or the flickering light tunnel (also Peggy Guggenheims home in Venice, West Village in NYC and Cordova, Spain, but I digress…) Read the rest of this entry »