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Williamsburg's Indie Screen Cinema is heading up the first annual Philip K. Dick International Film Festival of Science Fiction, Metaphysics, Science and the Supernatural and Fango editor Chris Alexander's debut is taking its New York City bow.
Getting underway December 7-9 at Indie Screen (298 Kent Ave, Williamsburg, Brooklyn), the fest will also see screenings of this year's political zombie comedy JUAN OF THE DEAD and Benjamin Dickinson's hipster apocalypse tale FIRST WINTER in an effort to "honor films inspired by authors who have explored the metaphysical and eerie in all its manifestations."
BLOOD FOR IRINA tells of the century-old titular predator who stalks streets at night looking for blood; "tormented by memory, living in a run-down motel by the sea, Irina has reached the end. Her perceptions skewed, her body and mind revolting against themselves, she waits for an exit. Her private hell is echoed by the motel manager driven by an obsession to protect Irina and keep her secrets safe, and a broken prostitute whose desperate plight may be worse than Irina's."
The film plays Sunday, December 9 at 7:20 p.m. For tickets, head to the festival's official site, and see the event's trailer below.
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