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Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Feb.6-16th Boston Science Fiction Film Festival Preview 4

2015 Boston Science Fiction Film Festival Feb. 6-16th
"The Boston Science Fiction Film Festival and Marathon (“Boston SciFi”) is an 11-day cinematic event held at the historic Somerville Theatre from February 6th to the 16th. The 2015 edition marks our 40th anniversary as the oldest genre fest in America.
The first nine days consist of a film festival that emphasizes emerging directors with distinct visions from around the globe. The Festival concludes with The Marathon (a.k.a., “The ‘Thon”), a 24-hour orgiastic motion picture endurance test featuring classic, new and schlock films. Think of it as binge viewing with 700 close friends. It starts at noon on the 15th and ends at noon on President’s Day." -
  This year's event It looks like there is a nice lineup coming together and I will be attending as many of the films as possible. Great thing about this festival is you can approach it a couple different ways. You can buy the Festival Pass as I did and attempt to see lots of features or you can purchase single film tickets, either way you will get to enjoy great NEW science fiction. The Festival pass also gets you into the 24 hour Movie Marathon Sun-Mon 15-16th which is the classic sci-fi fans favorite event.

  Lots to do on Sunday Febuary 8th with a fine collection of Science Fiction for your consumption!'

Limbo (2014)
Director(s): Ben Johnson
Runtime: 42 Minutes

(US) East Coast Premiere. A web series entry about a group of rescuers who attempt to rescue people trapped in different realities. Sometimes getting home takes a detour. Made in New Hampshire. d: Ben Johnson, But don't watch it all here come out and see it with an audience.

With Shorts: (US) Hypnotist, d: Jon Braver (18m) and Twenty Forty Three (Aust) W. Prem. d:Eugenie Muggleton (17m)

 Then there will be a Kevin Sorbo film, Kevin Fucking Sorbo, Hercules  Capt Dylan Hunt from Andromeda with Melanie Stone in a film called:

Mythica: A Quest for Heroes (2015)
Director(s): Anne K. Black
Runtime: 90 Minutes

(US) East Coast Premiere. A slave girl dreams of being a wizard. Escaping bondage, she embarks on an epic quest with the help of a drunk and a thief. Starring: Kevin Sorbo. d: Anne K Black
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Blessid (2014)
Director(s): Rob Fitz 
Runtime: 97 Minutes

(World Premiere) From the director of "God of Vampires": A pregnant woman, questioning life, befriends an older, odd man who claims immortality, but seems to offer some answers. Made in Massachusetts.
Music: Sarah Blacker and Duke Levine
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 Twitters:  @BlessidTheMovie 

Vexatious Technologica (Shorts)
Director(s): Various
Runtime: 83 m.

In screening order: Soundwaves 15m; Beta 12m; The Brain Hack 18; Desaffection 17m; Analogous 12; Artificio Conceal 18m; House Smarts, or, Domestic Technology 3m.

Shadows on the Wall (2015)
Director(s): Benjamin Carland
Runtime: 110 Minutes
(US) World Premiere. Palmer Marshall, an engineering student with anxiety issues, builds a miraculous device capable of reaching far beyond our understanding of known space. But in breaking this new boundary Palmer and his friends have opened a Pandora's Box with far-reaching and unforeseen consequences. 'The Social Network' meets the 'X-Files' in this stark and snappy sci-fi suspense. d: Ben Carland (Sol)

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Parallax Views (Shorts)
Director(s): Various
Runtime: 89 m.

In screening order: Wheel of Time 12m; Worm Free Society 23m; Quintipus 8m; Super Terapi 10m; Sumer 10m; Frontier 15m; Moonlight Bait & Ammo 11m.

 Alien Outpost (Replay) see Preview 1

Sunday February 8th

Limbo 1:00pm Somerville Theatre

Mythica: A Quest for Heroes 3:00pm Somerville Theatre

Blessid 5:00pm Somerville Theatre

Vexatious Technologica (shorts) 5:30pm Micro-Cinema

Shadows on the Wall 7:00pm Somerville Theatre

Parallax Views (shorts) 7:30pm Micro-Cinema

Alien Outpost 9:00pm Somerville Theatre

1 comment:

  1. Hope you make it to the World Premiere of BLESSID, a 100% made in Massachusetts film!

    Bob Heske