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  • n. Plural form of fest.


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  • The reason why I love these fests is because it's a chance to relive some great classics and to also explore some new territory.

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  • Signal handwringing, finger pointing, and name calling fests for the rest of


  • The caffeinated obstacle courses of the larger fests is replaced with a spot of tea and a comfy chair beside the fire in Victoria’s vision of a meaty but mild blend of business and pleasure; a cinematic Shepard’s Pie.

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  • ID, South Coast, UK, 30/11/2011 12:59 Can there also be a modern version of 'reading the riot act' so that there is no whinging about police brutality, no expensive legal aid fests aka enquiries to stuff the 'human rights' lawyers pockets as well as ensuring no tedious Tricycle Theatre productions?

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  • Every spring in Athens an assortment of local "fests" celebrate everything from a certain red crustacean to hordes of college students who are proud enough of the streets they live on to do keg stands until they nearly kill one another.

    The Athens NEWS :: Athens, Ohio's only locally-owned newspaper :: Home

  • However, if you like the movies you make & there are people interested in paying to watch what you make & your career has not been greatly aided by elements of the indie industry such as fests or distributors or on-line distribution, then this is a path that you can take with a project or several.

    DIY Filmmaker Sujewa

  • What are your expectations for that fest -- at least compared to other fests you're taking part in?

    Jon Chattman: Fitz & the Tantrums: "Antidote to Autotune"

  • It's a good bet that this election season voters will be looking extra hard for those -- looking past the pancake breakfasts, the coffee klatches and the town hall fun fests, for the answer.

    The Crisis Test

  • But even the most casual perusal of the productions being funded by state governments finds a preponderance of low-budget gore fests, as if the tax credits were targeted to bolster the nation's fake-blood industry.

    Snooki to Snookered: States' Film Tax Credits Produce Embarrassment

  • And when replies include the implication that someone "worship (s) at the altar of Scalzi," they become personal snipe-fests, not a conversation about the merits of various ways to get published.

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