Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Weird Film III is November 17!

Weird Film returns to the Winery

Urbano Cellars, an actual working winery,
hosts another evening of Strange Cinema:
November 17th, 6pm - 9pm
2323B Fourth Street, Berkeley, California

This time the theme is Family - even zombies need love! 

[This event is held in an actual working winery. Dress warmly.]


Block One

THE REVENANT (Norman Jangot & Victor Druillet, France) 
An idealistic zombie gets in Death's way.

PULSE (Damir Romanov, Serbia) 
What's a vampire mother to do with a son who has no impulse control?

THE WHISPERERS (Jason Miller,  USA) 
Sibling rivalry's terrible consequences. Be careful what you wish for.

TAKE IT EASY MARIA  (Leonor Pacheco, Portugal) 
A great solution for noisy neighbors.

DEAR HEARTS  (Stephen Martin, Canada) 
A young mortician will give his heart away to find true love.

Block Two

THE PREDATORS OF TRANSYLVANIA (Julia Kolenakova, Slovakia) 
The werewolf is hot on the children's heels! Or is he?

VOLUNTEER  (Javier Marco, Spain) 
Jaime wants to go to Hollywood. His parents want him to go a bit farther.

THE GRANDSON (Jan van Gorkum, The Netherlands) 
A visit from a child. How sweet. Or not.

REBORN (THE WOMAN AND THE SNAIL)  (David Halphen, France) 
Death can't part these lovers. Really not. 

INDEFINITE LATE FEE (Magill Foote, Canada)
The apocalyptic warning on the VHS tape was quite clear. 

ROCKZTAR (Bruno Gradaschi, Argentina)
Middle-aged tango fans resurrect a death metal musician by mistake.

CREOSOTE (Chris Sickels, USA) 
Roadside assistance from a very unusual creature.

JUMP (Richard Anthony Dunford, UK) 
A ghost tries suicide counseling.