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- Posted on Nov 22nd 2010 1:30PM by Melody Lau
Frank Arcuri, CP
"Wait, wait... I love you!" Feist yelled as she jumped up and down during the Q&A session after the screening Sunday night. She prefaced the jubilant bouncing with a comparison between herself and talk-show host Ricki Lake, as she paced back and forth while answering the audience's questions. "[Director] Anthony Seck would be Dr. Phil."
'Look at What the Light Did Now' follows the process behind Feist's ultra-successful 2007 record, 'The Reminder' -- specifically focusing on the stories and the people who helped with all the artistic elements including photography, artwork and the visual puppetry featured on her cross-country arena tour.
"They were really carrying me throughout this whole thing," said Feist. "That's the reason why it was worth it to document this particular pocket of my life."
When asked if this marked an end to a chapter, Feist replied, "Yeah, it's over -- it's all over!" before dramatically telling the audience of her plans to jump off the building afterward.
Jokes aside, the singer does acknowledge the success she's enjoyed in the past few years, noting accomplishments like the iPod commercial, of course, which catapulted her career from national gem to international star. "I didn't really understand the impact of the Mac world," admits Feist. "But because of that commercial, others got to see the video -- not many saw the video before that."
Though very vocal and chatty about the film and other related questions, when the topic switched over to a new record, the singer remained mum about details, refusing to divulge any information. "I'd rather remain silent," said Feist. "But yes, I will be recording this winter."
'Look at What the Light Did Now' will be released on DVD Dec. 7, and will include bonus features including live performances, music videos and the Kevin Drew-directed short film 'The Water.' A bonus CD will also feature exclusive tracks including her duet with Little Wings on his cover of the song 'Look at What the Light Did Now,' which, of course, the film's title is taken from.