Four-day science-fiction film festival carries on the genre-defining legacy of novelist Philip K. Dick
About This Deal
- $15 for one single-day general-admission pass ($35 value)
- $40 for one four-day general-admission pass ($100 value)
The Philip K. Dick Film Festival
- The namesake: A titan of the sci-fi genre, Philip K. Dick penned several novels that became films, including Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (the source material for Blade Runner) and A Scanner Darkly (the source material for A Scanner Darkly Saves Christmas).
- The features: Fans can grab a seat and some popcorn for the dozens of sci-fi releases, short and feature length, set to be screened. Catch titles such as The Adept on Thursday, Clones (Rutger Hauer) on Friday, Future Perfect ( Zach Quinto), The Art of Human Salvager (James Olmos), and Chatter (Richard Hatch) on Saturday; as well as panels featuring Travis Walton Experience and Man in the High Castle
- The program: The feature films will be accompanied by a series of shorts, panel discussions, and Q&A sessions with filmmakers, all grouped according to theme or format, such as documentaries or animation.