The SXSW Experience: what it’s like to be in a low-budget indie.
This is what the SXSW experience has been like for me, as an actor in a low-budget indie. I’m up bright and early this morning to start doing press for Surrogate Valentine. If you’re in Austin, watch for us on the CW! Goh is playing a song on it, too.
I have a couple hours before my next interview. SXSW is the best place to kill time!
We stop by the Foodspotting Street Food Event for breakfast.
I traded bites of my One Taco with Abe. His version actually had strawberries in it.
Looks and sounds weird, but it was quite wonderful. The berries seem to have a lot of sugar in them because they are really sweet and liquidy. Reminds me of the egg and jam flavor combo I am so fond of.
Back at the convention center, we are playing some video games…
Kumare is a really great documentary – think Sascha Baron Cohen (Borat, Ali G) becoming a yoga guru. We are the first audience to see it, but I’m sure you will hear more about this film because everyone seems to love it. Abe thinks Oprah will be all over it.
Now I need to find the Pepsi Max room and get caffeinated. I have two hours of interviews!