"The festival is going beyond our wildest expectations. Most of our films have been sold out. Over at the [Birmingham] 8 last night, we started off with Brothers on the Line and it was packed, and then today Bully was packed," said Jeff Spilman, co-executive director of the festival.
"We added a third night this year and afterglows each night, at South Bar, What Crepe, and Barrio. People are having a great time and the charities are happy – everyone’s happy."
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|Jules, at the programs table|
|Chefs hard at work|
|Beer and wine were served|
|Cool little glass lanterns at one of the tables|
|Oakland County Film|
|Jeff Spilman, co-executive director of the festival|
|D'Ann Stelly, producer of the festival|