It's cold, I'm tired, my body is crashing ... and it's only day three. So far I've seen seven films here at the 57th Berlin International Film Festival, and I'm happy to report that almost all of them are worth the price of an admission ticket. Julie Delpy's 2 Days in Paris (which I saw this morning and will be filing a review of soon) was priceless and, by far, my favorite film from the past three days. However, my festival high came to an end this afternoon when I had to use every ounce of my mind, body and soul to sit through The Last Mimzy. With its boring plot, acting and lame fantasy elements, I have to say I'm glad it's the last Mimzy and not the first.

The streets around Potsdamer Platz and the Grand Hyatt (where, in case you weren't aware, is where all the deals are taking place) were buzzing come mid-afternoon when none other than Robert De Niro and Matt Damon (who are here promoting The Good Shepherd) shuffled into town. You'd think the most important people in the universe were arriving, as the streets were closed, the press area (located on the first floor of the Hyatt) was packed and all I wanted to do was get through a scheduled interview I had with the folks behind Itty Bitty Titty Committee -- which enjoyed its World Premiere in the fest's Panorama section last night -- and has, surprisingly, turned into one of the more buzzed-about films thus far.

Directed by Jamie Babbit (But I'm Not a Cheerleader), Itty Bitty Titty Committee is a politically-charged romantic dramedy which focuses on a teenage plain Jane who finds herself all wrapped up in the CIA (or Clits in Action), a group of radical feminists hell-bent on spreading the word that women are not objects, nor should they be treated as such. In this second installment of my Berlinale Video Diary series, I sit down with Babbit, producer Lisa Thrasher, as well as the film's stars (Nicole Vicius, Daniela Sea and Joel Michaely) to talk about Berlin, the festival, the opening night Panorama flick The Tracey Fragments and, of course, Itty Bitty Titty Committee.

Since there's only so much video my little camera can hold, stay tuned to Cinematical as I will have a much longer (and more formal) interview with the same crew coming up soon. Oh, and there will also be a review of Itty Bitty Titty Committee sandwiched somewhere in between. By the way, thanks to Joel for being such a sport after screwing up the name Cinematical towards the end of the interview. Seriously, it's okay. We're not mad.

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