it was fine. once i got there, i realized that the film part of the convention was really just something to keep people slightly entertained while they were waiting for other things, so it wasn't a focus at all. So i just kinda pretended like I was on a short vacation. i'm not really the dress-up-as-a-klingon type. the panels were fun, but i think the level i'm used to operating at might've been a little much for the general fan film enthusiast. For example, the guy who set up the greenscreen panel was using a $60 editing program to pull keys, and, while this is fine if you just want to remove a solid color BG, if you really want to integrate one plate into another, it's pretty useless. So when i booted up AE I think it kinda flew over some heads. but i tried.
I handed out some business cards in case people had questions.