From the ethereal to the atrocious, the Buskopolis Festival of Cinematic Oddities explores some of the square pegs of movie history as well as the proud misfits of present-day filmdom. The festival will host a curated selection of feature films as well as screenings of juried international short films.
This year, the festival line up includes 37 short films representing 11 countries. Filmmakers from over 25 countries submitted their work. Some visiting filmmakers will be on hand to take part in Q&A after the screenings.
This year's feature films are:
Festival passes, tickets and a complete schedule of both short and feature films at: WWW.BUSKOPOLISFILMS.COM
- Gates of Heaven (1978/83 minutes/documentary)
- The Loved One (1965/121 minutes)
- The Little Fugitive (1953/80 minutes) - all ages show
- Koyaanisqatsi (1983/86 minutes)
- Night of the Living Dead (1968/96 minutes) 50th anniversary
presentation of the newly-restored version of the film projected
from a 4k DCP. Introduction by Professors Peter Goldstein
and Will Dickey of the Juniata College English Department.
Tim Busko - festival director
Paula Sequin - staff
Rebecca Berdar - staff
MPAA Rating: Unrated