"I find I am not good at festival coverage," writes filmmaker Miranda July. "Or the coverage of most things external."

That's probably why her new blog is such a lovely thing. She's travelling the country with her first feature, Me and You and Everyone We Know, which received a special prize for "originality" this year at Sundance, and as with everything Miranda July does, her blog paints a careful, delicate portrait of exactly what it's like inside a gal who's travelling the country with her first feature which just received a special prize at Sundance. Her most recent stop was Roger Ebert's Overlooked Film Festival, her inclusion in which inspires both anxiety and appreciation. "Generally speaking," she writes, "One wants a thumbs-up. I want a thumbs-up every day, for each thing that I do." But sitting at a table with John Sayles, Mario Van Peebles and Shane Carruth, July "suddenly didn't feel like a director or anything at all." There are also lots of pictures and a few little videos. If you can't catch Me and You at a festival this spring, never fear, for IFC Films will release it in theaters this summer.