Phillip K. Dick was one of the most influential Science Fiction writers to ever wield a pen. It’s no surprise then that a number of his name has become legendary. Just a couple of the legendary films based off his work include Blade Runner (1982), Total Recall (1990), and Minority Report (2002).
A science fiction festival in his honor has been running for several years now, and the European division has just recently announced events in Poland and France.The festival runs its first Eurppean event in Lille, France on October 24, 2015 at the famous L’Hybride theater for the Death in Life and the Rise of the Machine block of 14 award-winning short films. The festival then travels to Łódź, Poland for a landmark Halloween event on October 31, 2015. Screening at the mesmerizing Kino Tatry theater, a 15-hour marathon of 38 films will run from 1pm-4amDate: October 24, 2015. An extensive list of the films featured follow:
On October 31, the festival will hold a 15-hour Halloween Marathon
Screening of 1 feature and 37 short films. Each award-winning film
behold stunning productions of rich and breathtaking storytelling and are among the science fiction genre’s most faithful contributions.
The screening will also hold panels with special guests.
15-Hour Halloween Marathon Screening
Date: October 31, 2015
Location: Kino Tatry (Sienkiewicza 40, Łódź, Poland)
Run Time: 1pm-4am (38 total films)
So if you have an ample amount of frequent flyer miles and a desire to see some quality Sci-Fi, head on over to Poland.
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