Three more today, one excellent and the other two pretty good.
The Infidel. Hilarious! Many great lines re Jewish-Muslim relations and prejudices. Played to a sold-out house, and the festival is putting on two extra screenings.
Kawasaki's Rose. Interesting story and good characters.
Our Life. Good story set in contemporary Italy.
I'd certainly watch the first again; probably not the others.
I found out today what happened to the trailers. This year, instead of trailers, there's some sort of contest on, and each day, they're showing a random scene of a short movie called The Warden, and the audience is supposed to rearrange the scenes into the movie. I think I prefer the trailers - they were usually pretty funny.