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Filmmaker Kevin Michael Irvine of "As Long As It Takes"

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Nicholas Snow welcome Kevin Michael Irvine, Writer/Director of the feature film As Long As It Takes, which won "Best Editing" at Los Angeles Independent Film Festival, and was chosen as an "Audience Favorite" at IFCOM in Jakarta...it is also an Official Selection at the Accolade Film Festival in La Jolla, and is currently an Official Selection at Orlando Film Festival.  Nicholas screened the film at Cinema Diverse.

A party turns into "the perfect disaster."...  "It's New Year's Eve in San Francisco and Cheryl is hosting a formal party for her boss and colleagues...but she makes a big mistake by asking her gay brother, Jeffrey, to bartend...thinking it's an "open party," Jeffrey invites his hustler boyfriend, Julian, then Julian invites his ex-lover, Brett, and then Brett invites his two filmmaker friends, Dan and Steve, from Hollywood...add to that, Cheryl's cousins from Milwaukee show up, and also a weird party crasher looking for some fun...pretty soon, nobody's there that's supposed to be there..."

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