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7th Annual Druid Undergeround Film Festival

Forbidden Planet is beyond stoked to be sponsoring The 7th Annual Druid Underground Film Festival. It’s just one short week away so prepare to have your minds melted!



Check the facebook event page HERE!

Official website: www.druidundergroundfilmfestival.com

Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Ave at 2nd St NYC 10003
Near Broadway-Lafayette St B,D,F,M Trains

Mon+Tues April 21st + 22nd 8pm

$10 Admission
FREE Raffle!

After a tour of Los Angeles and San Francisco, the Druid Underground Film Festival plunges into New York to deliver a white-knuckle hell-ride of avant-weird short films from around the world! Anthology Film Archives hosts a non-stop cavalcade of outrageous films which recklessly skate through experimental, comedy and horror as DUFF rips into its 7th year of absurd and inspiring programming! Join us for a night of bizarre films and free raffle prizes and find out why Flavorpill says DUFF doesn’t so much “defy convention as mow it down, douse it in kerosene, and flick a Zippo at it”!

“An entertaining parade of talent that is hard to find… a hilarious must-see!” – Campus Circle
“Velvety surrealism… appallingly funny” – LA City Beat
“DUFF strikes new territory… left me electric for days” – Sean Carnage
“Packs a lot of weird shit into two hours of screenings” – LA Weekly


Monday April 21st

Part 1: DUFF’s Found Footage Assault
A hardcore, one-hour hell-ride mega-mash up of absurd footage sourced from VHS tapes of police self defense, Christian propaganda and “real” demonic possession!

Part 2: Shorts Program:

Damon Packard: “The Great Packard Lincoln Breakdown”
Darren Herczeg: “Psychic Lawyer”
Brennan Hill: “Hero/Psycho”
Danilo Parra: “Laundry”
Charles Pieper: “Earl of Bureaus”
Danilo Parra: “Torture Room”
Vitamin Wig C: “Tear Light”
Rich Polysorbate: “Smerdly’s Seahorse”
Ignacio Genzon: “Handy Man”
John Geary: “Devil’s Arrest”
Michael Park: “Clown Town”

Tuesday April 22nd

Part 1: Shorts Program:

Brent Weinbach: “My Buddy Commercial”
Brent Weinbach: “Gangster Party Line”
Danny Plotnick “Skate Witches”
Sander Maran “Lollipop Massacre”
Jan Soldat “Law and Order”
Melissa Piekaar “Waiting”
Brent Weinbach “Squeeze”
Aimee Goguen “Pterodaktulos Sound”
Lindsay Laven and Gina@Odpoledne TV “An Instrument of Ritual Part 3”
Andrew H. Shirley “Fuck Bike #001”
Martynka Wawrzyniak “Chocolate”
Anthony Cerniello “Danielle”

Part 2: The Whore Church Mixtape Vol. 1
The Whore Church, a Boston-based VHS mixtape collective, has created a cacophony of over-the-top action shots, cheap gore, gross porno and American propaganda intercut with sleazy 80’s dialog, nasty jungle rhythms and death metal edited from over 600 video & 100 audio sources! Seriously sick and awesome!

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Poultrygeist and Chripy at the Anthology Film Archives

Anthology Film Archives will be screening Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead and John Goras’ Award winning Chirpy on Friday, January 14th, 2012 at 9:00 PM.  Lloyd Kaufman, President of Troma Entertainment, Creator of The Toxic Avenger and Producer, Writer and Director of Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead, will be appearing in person as well as Chirpy creator, John Goras.

Anthology Film Archives is shelling out an Eggs-cellent program with this screening, which can be considered something of a Thankschrismakawanzayears Day (with an egg on top) gift to all of Troma’s feathered and plucked fans. First, Anthology will be presenting Chirpy, a film Oscar Nominated animator Bill Plympton described as “one of the sickest animated films ever made.”

They will then continue the evening with Kaufman’s critically acclaimed Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead. Nathan Lee of the New York Times had the following to  say about Poultrygeist: “Within the context of its genre – the satirical sexploitation zombie chicken gross-out musical extravaganza – it is just about as perfect as a film predicated on the joys of projectile vomiting and explosive diarrhea can be…Poultrygeist plays like a grindhouse analogue to the sloppy, psychosexual provocations of the performance artist Paul McCarthy and is, in its lowbrow way, every bit as  liberating.” That’s nothing to shake your tail feathers at.

If that wasn’t enough egg-citement for you, there will also be a Q&A with the two films’ creators and plenty of “clucked-up” Troma merchandise available, all of which the ruler of the roost, Lloyd Kaufman will sign free of charge.  Beak there or be square.

Anthology Film Archives is located at 32 Second Avenue, New York, NY. Tickets are available for $9.00 the day of the show only at the box office, beginning 30 minutes prior to the screening.  AFA can be reached at (212) 505-5181.

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Found Footage Festival Vol 5

Vidiots unite this weekend, Friday January 28 and Saturday January 29, for the Found Footage Festival at Anthology Film Archives.

The Found Footage Festival is a one-of-a-kind event that showcases footage from videos that were found at garage sales and thrift stores and in warehouses and dumpsters across the country.

Not only will our eyes be marred by the newest entry in FFF catalog but as a truly special treat they’re screening “Heavy Metal Parking Lot” with co-director John Heyn in attendance.

But wait there’s more… Free Beer if you’re over 21 and while supplies last.

What more could you ask for? Merch designed by Johnny Ryan, they got that too.

So what would I do if I saw Joe Pickett, Nick Prueher, Glenn Severance, the men behind FFF?

I jump their bones!

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