M.C. Announced!

Monday, May 24, 2010

Contact: Valerie Richarme-Grotto, 
Marketing and Promotions Director, Flagstaff Film Festival
Email: valerie@flagstafffilmfestival.org


Ladies and Gentlemen, we bring you genuine media royalty. Mr. Paul Goebel, the King of TV himself, will be joining the Flagstaff Film Festival 2010 as our Master of Ceremonies!  Paul Goebel truly is the king of television, and he has a notable career working with comedy kings like Larry David and Paul Reiser. His most recent work involves his own popular podcast, The Paul Goebel Show, which features celebrity interviews and media musings. As a resident of Tucson, Arizona, Paul works with sketch comedy groups like Comedy Corner and Fancy Ketchup, though he regularly appears at The Improv in Los Angeles.  In addition to his comedy work, Paul has been seen on many television programs including Will & Grace and Ally McBeal, radio programs like The Late, Late Radio Show with Tom Snyder & Steve Mason, as well as being featured in Maxim and Peoplemagazines.  Paul also became the resident TV Geek on Comedy Central’s series Beat the Geeks (2001), where contestants would attempt to challenge the king on his vast television knowledge.

As the Flagstaff Film Festival M.C., Paul will be hosting a number of programs and panel discussions to include: "Why Podcasting Is Awesome" where he will host a live podcast from the Orpheum theater, the Animation Nation Program, the Festival Favorites Program, and of course, Paul will be hosting our Awards Night festivities!

To check out more about Paul Goebel, link to:

About the Flagstaff Film Festival
The mission of the Flagstaff Film Festival is simple – we want to showcase quality independent films and filmmakers without all of the pretention of big city festivals.  In our first year the Flagstaff Film Festival is growing and developing new partnerships, making new friends, and exhibiting independent films from international filmmakers.  There will be panel discussions, premieres, frolicking good times, and so much to take in, so come along and join us.  Like we say, be there from the beginning and take part in the First Annual Flagstaff Film Festival.

About Flagstaff
Beautiful and historic Flagstaff Arizona is hosting the first Flagstaff Film Festival, and we could not be happier!  Situated on classic Route 66, Flagstaff is the place to go for history, science, endless nature, and some pretty darn cool indie folks.  

About the Venue
A classic town of unprecedented gorgeousness, Flagstaff Arizona has a theater that is just as perfect as the Flagstaff weather in August.  The Orpheum Theater, originally constructed in 1911, boasts plentiful seating, a balcony, a full bar, and even a lounge for filmmakers to mingle with one another.  
For more information, questions, and submissions, please contact us.
Meg Askey: Festival Director and Program Coordinator: meg@flagstafffilmfestival.org
Valerie Richarme-Grotto: Marketing and Promotions: valerie@flagstafffilmfestival.org


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