Last night’s Durham University screening – precisely two years after the start of principal photography – went well. It was unfortunate that the left and right speakers at the venue had been wired up the wrong way around, resulting in some confusing stereo effects as things whizzed across frame and the sound travelled in the opposite direction. In spite of that, all present – about thirty or so – seemd to have a good time. And if they hadn’t, what with it being a chemistry lecture theatre, I could have stealthily turned on the gas taps and no-one would have lived to tell the tale. Thanks to Mel Rodriguez at the film society for setting it up. I wait with bated breath to hear how it goes down in the other Durham – Durham, North Carolina, tomorrow night.