Speakers range from big name celebrities (like Steven Spielberg, Samuel L. Jackson, Oliver Stone, Nick Nolte, Sydney Pollack, William Dafoe, etc.) to well-known film critics (like New York Times' A. O. Scott and London Evening Standard's Derek Malcolm) to even staff members and other employees. Most of them just share their thoughts and experiences regarding the festival, although others like Chloe Sevigny offer up far more worthwhile commentary (such as her thoughts concerning the huge controversy of THE BROWN BUNNY, and how people reacted so rudely towards it).
The thing I appreciated most about the documentary was its honest approach. People always seemed to speak very frankly about how exhausting and unpleasant the festival can be, so it never felt like I was being tricked into watching a 90-minute commercial. If anything, the documentary might even put you off from wanting to go. Not that it could possibly sway me... topless chicks on the beach? I'm there.
Carte Blanche with Richard Schickel (9:24): An interview with director Richard Schickel, the film critic for Time magazine.
Fun in the Sun (0:42): A very brief unused montage of hot/topless girls on the beach. My type of extra.
The Party's Over (3:46): An alternate ending for the documentary.
Ribbon Cutting at the American Pavilion (2:56): An extended sequence featuring Anna Paquin cutting the ribbon for the Pavilion.
There are also a bunch of Deleted Scenes (11:07):, as well as the documentary's Theatrical Trailer.