Alert! CHAINED FOR LIFE will be in theater 6 and NOT 9. FUGUE will be in theaters 9 and 7.

Secret Screening of CLOUD ATLAS with surprise guests the Wachowskis

Wednesday we hosted our second secret screening, the absolutely extraordinary CLOUD ATLAS, with co-directors Lana Wachowski and Andy Wachowski in attendance! The film was a remarkable success with our audience, and Wachowski Starship gave one of the best Q&As we've ever seen.

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  • Man of Tai Chi presents… The Fantastic Debates (clip)
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    The Fantastic Debates have become the most highly anticipated special event at Fantastic Fest. At the Fantastic Debates, press, filmmakers & film professionals enter the arena for a formal debate followed by two rounds of boxing. In the ring, the great issues facing the fan community are solved once and for all, first by words, then by fisticuffs. Four debates are scheduled, culminating in the main event, a bout featuring Fantastic Fest Co-Founder Tim League.
  • The Fantastic Corpse - Day Two - Nacho Vigalondo
    It's day two of The Fantastic Corpse Project, the short film powered by Dell Precision Workstations and AMD FirePro technology. Day two began with Fantastic Fest favorite Nacho Vigalondo. With only the first minute Oren came up with the day before - Nacho launched head first into writing, directing and producing his minute of the film in 4 short hours. Be sure to check out www.TheFantasticCorpse.com to see the finished film after the Fantastic Fest award ceremony on Sept. 24th.
  • “The Sacrament” US Premiere - AJ Bowen & Ti West Interview
  • Fantastic Fest 2013 - Festival Wrap-Up
  • Special Intro by Errol Morris for THE UNKNOWN KNOWN
    He's a natural for the Badass Hall of Fame. After all, he's the guy who made Werner Herzog eat his shoe. And he's the guy who invented the Interrotron, an interview system that allows his subjects to maintain eye contact with him while still looking directly into the camera lens. He helped get a man off Death Row with The Thin Blue Line. And most of all Errol Morris has spent his whole career following his own path and his own vision, telling the stories that spoke to him most personally.