Between Pop Geeks, my former writing base RetroJunk, and one article for Retro-Daze, I’ve done over 100 interviews over the course of almost 12 years. All of these interviews were set up online, but on Thursday, May 24th, 2018, I did my first set of interviews in a new way. I live in Greenwood Lake, NY, and my hometown is the current home of the Hoboken International Film Festival, a noted film festival created by filmmaker and former judge Kenneth Del Vecchio. Originally taking place in Hoboken, New Jersey, as befits the title, the festival has moved locations several times over the course of the past few years, and in 2017, it ended up in Greenwood Lake. With the assistance of festival press coordinator Lisa Munjack, I was able to do some interviews on closing night of the 2018 Hoboken International Film Festival, and here are those interviews, starting with Ms. Munjack herself. Although she doesn’t have an IMDB page, she does have a foot in the world of show business via her work with the HIFF, which can be further explored both on her business website and at the festival’s official website, so I decided to ask her a few questions before the red carpet was truly active.