Earlier today, I shot a 20 minute interview with Geoff Gilmore, director of the Sundance Film Festival. Randall is working on encoding the video as we speak for posting later today, but here's a little tidbit to tide you over. Geoff had said on-camera that one of his favorite films of the festival was Bobcat Goldthwait's twisted romantic comedy Stay, which I saw yesterday and sort of loved. As we packed up our stuff, I told him how impressed I had been by the film. Geoff nodded, and said, "But buyers are scared to death of it." Gilmore predicts that the film – which hinges on an un-seen instance of beastiality – will not sell during the festival, but will resurface later in the year and find a sizable audience. "It's such a good film," he said. "How could it not?" I could see Stay having a release life similar to something like Funny Ha Ha, which premiered on the Sundance Channel after months of festival touring, and eventually saw an art house release ... two years after its festival launch.