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Submitted by Garen Daly on Fri, 02/14/2014 - 15:09
More details on each film will be added shortly, but we wanted to post this asap. Thanks to LA Tony for working this all out!
12:05 FIRST MEN IN THE MOON
5:05p Contest #1
5:15p THE POWER
7:10p EUROPA REPORT
8:40p Q&A with screenwriter Philip Gelatt
9:05p SILENT RUNNING
10:35p Aluminum Hat Contest
10:45p THE TRUMAN SHOW
12:30a Dancing with the Quarks Contest
12:40a ELECTRIC DREAMS
2:20a THE VISITOR
4:15a THE WORLD THE FLESH & DEVIL Read more »
Submitted by Garen Daly on Thu, 02/13/2014 - 17:45
Due to the weather, an additional show of COHERENCE has been added at 9:40 on Saturday. Tickets form Thursday will be honored, and if you go Thursday and want to come on Saturday too, you will be welcomed.
This is The 'FEST line-up. Click on the title for a trailer. Click on TICKETS for tickets. Please check back as we add more information including showing order for the shorts, and more links. A downloadable PDF version will be here shortly.
This is The 'Thon line-up. It is subject to change as some pieces are in various stages of being confirmed. This is also NOT the order of the films. That is being developed as well. Click on the title for a trailer
(1980) “For sheer cinema fun, (it) can’t be beaten.” ~ Film4
Our square jawed hero saves the earth, gets the girl and flexes while Queen’s music accompanies him. Read more »
Submitted by Garen Daly on Sun, 01/12/2014 - 15:33
Sf39 will host the east Coast Premiere of COHERENCE.
The film is directed by James Ward Byrkit and has a strong cast including Nicholas Brednon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) Lorene Scararia (screenwriter for Seeking a Friend at the End of World), Emily Foxler (Mad Men)& Elizabeth gracen (last year's War of the Worlds: Goliath). The film won an award at Fantasia Fest. Read more »