Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Fest returns to NYC!

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Anyone in the mood for some sci-fi? Let’s be honest, I think we all are with Star Wars Ep VII just coming out. I can’t go a day without making a Star Wars reference after seeing that film (To the tauntauns!) Well, I’ve got good news then, because the Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Fest is returning for its fourth year!

From the press release:

The Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival returns to New York City for its fourth annual event from January 14-17, 2016. The four-day festival, screening at the magnificent Village East Cinemas (181-189 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003), has announced its full schedule of events which includes a record 80 films from over 20 countries and several film premieres.

Highlights from the exciting lineup include Clones starring Rutger Hauer (Blade Runner);Genghis Khan Conquers the Moon starring Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa (Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle); The Mill at Calder’s End starring Barbara Steele (Black Sunday); the NYC premiere of Chatter starring Richard Hatch (Battlestar Galactica); The Art of Human Salvagestarring Edward James Olmos (Blade Runner); The Future Perfect starring Zachary Quinto (Star Trek); the NYC premiere of The Incident starring Raúl Méndez (Netflix’s Narcos); the world premiere of Dean Philips’ short film Tap Tap Tap; the USA premiere of The Worlds of Philip K. Dick documentary and the NYC premieres of documentaries Sympathy For The Devil: The True Story of The Process Church of the Final Judgment featuring George Clinton and Travis: The True Story of Travis Walton.

The festival will also hold the USA unveiling of the Philip K. Dick-inspired video gameCalifornium by Darjeeling and Nova Productions and the panel Philip K. Dick, The Man in the High Castle, Science Fiction and the Politics of Identity with writers Richard Doyle andAdi Tantimedh, writer and media personality Paul Levinson and digital producer Noam Roubah.

The festival is excited for another year in offering the very best of independent science fiction film to celebrate the enduring legacy of Philip K. Dick.

Sounds like a good time to me! Sound off in the comments if you’re going!

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