The Dead

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October 22nd 8pm at The Screening Room 127 E. Congress

ARIZONA PREMIERE

CLOSING NIGHT FILM!

ZOMBIE WALK SCREENING! ZOMBIES GET IN FOR $5, AND ZOMBIE GIVEAWAYS!

2010, U.K., 105 Min
Directed by Howard J. Ford, Jonathan Ford
Cast: Rob Freeman, Prince David Oseia

This critically acclaimed film is the first zombie road movie set against the spectacular vistas of Africa, the Dark Continent becomes a dead zone. A stunningly shot horror fantasy announcing the arrival of the Ford Brothers on the global genre scene, THE DEAD is as much an emotional journey through terror terrain as it is a physically demanding and beautiful-looking one. Shot in life-threatening, never-before-seen locations in Burkina Faso, French-speaking West Africa, and Ghana, including the Sahara Desert, on 35mm film by the award-winning Ford Brothers, THE DEAD is one of the most unique zombie movies of all time.

When the last evacuation flight out of war-torn Africa crashes off the coast, American Air Force Engineer Lieutenant Brian Murphy (ROB FREEMAN) emerges as the sole survivor in a land where the dead are returning to life and attacking the living.
On the run in a hostile and inhospitable parched landscape, where sudden death lurks around every sun-burnished corner, Murphy has to use his wits and ingenuity if he is to get home alive to his family. When Murphys path clashes with that of Sergeant Daniel Dembele (PRINCE DAVID OSEI), whose village has been torn apart by the reanimated dead, they join forces. The two desperate men from two very different cultures fight side by side to survive across the incredible vistas of Africa as the world succumbs to the deadliest of viruses.

PLAYING WITH

Bugbaby Click on the title for more info
2010, USA, 16 Min
Directed by Rebecca Lorenne Doppelt
Cast: Lara Fisher, Jared Martzell, Mink Stole

Sammy Gregory is a ‘special needs’ infant – special in that he resembles a giant insect, and needs a constant supply of raw meat. His parents (Lara Fisher and Jared Martzell), are understandably at the end of their rope. They invite a social worker (Mink Stole) over to see if their baby can possibly be adopted to a more capable family.

Wandering Point of View Click on the title for more info
2011, USA, 3 Min
Directed by: Heather DiPietro
Starring: Hannah Healy & Brett Williams

A woman is forced to walk in the desert and encounters a man on a bike who offers her a ride.