SCREENING TIME & DATE: Thursday, September 12th @ 5:00 PM
SYNOPSIS: A small group of treasure seekers, also known as “Geocachers,” who trek into to the desert to conquer a Geocache Challenge. Out in the wild they stumble upon a forbidden world flooded with radiation and inhabited by a race of bloodthirsty mutants who have evolved from pigs.
AWARDS NOMINATIONS (5): Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Best Production Design, Best Costumes, Best Makeup
DIRECTOR: Barney Burman
CAST: Augie Duke, Daniel Roebuck, Douglas Tait, Jessica Sonneborn
RATINGS GUIDE: Violence, Strong Violence, Nudity, Language, Adult Content
USA / 2019 / 1 hour, 37 minutes
DIRECTOR’S / FILMMAKER’S BIO: A lifelong cineaste and third-generation monster maker, Barney Burman was quite literally raised in and around the world of movies, acting and special make-up effects. He honed his skills working for some of the greatest make-up artists in the business on shows like Body Snatchers, Powder, The X-Files, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Planet of the Apes, Pearl Harbor, Men in Black 2, The Ring, Master and Commander: Far Side of the World, and many more). In 2004, Barney opened his own make-up fx studio, creating characters for such films as Mission: Impossible III, Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny, Blades of Glory and Camille, starring James Franco and Sienna Miller. In 2008, he was hired to co-design the make-up for Tom Cruise in the summer blockbuster Tropic Thunder. His artistic skills and personal esthetic proved rewarding when, in 2010, Barney was honored with an Academy Award for his work in JJ Abrams’s reboot of Star Trek.
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SYNOPSIS: A severed finger, the spear of destiny and fierce devotion. Everything a preacher needs to complete his holy mission in this dark fantasy western mashup.
DIRECTOR: David Nast Cole
RATINGS GUIDE: Violence, Adult Content
AWARDS NOMINATIONS (2): Best Fantasy Short, Best Score – Short
DIRECTOR’S / FILMMAKER’S BIO: Currently residing in Los Angeles California, David Nast Cole is a filmmaker, visual artist and potential lizard person. His work often dipped in absurdity and sprinkled with the bizarre: explores the concepts of plant consciousness, the natural/unnatural human world, and interdimensional situational awareness.
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