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Ozark Savage
Ken Burns Gives
You Something
Planetarium
Mercury

Saturday, July 28

OZARK
SAVAGE
Sat 7/28
7:00pm

*Advance tickets for this show are no longer available, however, there will be tickets available at the door.

OZARK SAVAGE
(second screening)
Sun 7/29
1:00pm


ON THE
FRINGES
OF REASON
Sat 7/28
9:00pm

*Advance tickets for this show are no longer available, however, there will be tickets available at the door.


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7pm
Gala Presentation, 103min
Filmmakers in Attendance

OZARK SAVAGE (World Premiere)
Matt Steinauer, 80min

Lens Ozark just entered the nuclear age, and dead or alive...he's back. Treacherous crime syndicates collide in a psychic, ballistic, paranormal, nuclear battle for an ancient Chinese coin that holds the Blood Rights to Hong Kong. Red-headed bad-ass Lens Ozark is called upon to retrieve the magical coin before the back-stabbing, double-crossing, two-timing, generally seedy events that follow get him killed–again. With a loving tip of the hat to John Woo, Sam Raimi's Evil Dead trilogy and the cyberpunk chaos of Shinya Tsukamoto's Tetsuo: The Iron Man, Steinauer unleashes the first cult masterpiece of the millennium. Be warned: this film has no socially redeeming value whatsoever.

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LULU TAKES A LOVER (World Premiere)
Peter O'Keefe, 23min

Lulu mistakenly drinks the love potion intended for her married boyfriend, and falls head over heels for her tough, emotionally remote middle-aged female boss.

9pm
On the Fringes of Reason, 78min
(Some Material May be Disturbing
–Restricted to 18 and over.)
Filmmakers in Attendance

I CAN BE HAPPY TRAPPED IN A
LIVING ROOM WITH A RABBIT THAT HAS NO EYES

Tommy Becker, 3min: Can you?

HONEY BUNNIES ON ICE
George Kuchar, 7min:The latest from a legend: although chilly, these bunnies have perfect binocular vision.

web site: www.vdb.org

COUNTERFEIT FILM
Brett Simon, 2min: Don't let Brett get within ten paces of your photocopier.

MERCURY (World Premiere)
Reece Carter, 10min:
A multi-layered mermaid performance in ten little pieces.

FINAL EXIT
Joe Gibbons, 5min: Joe urges his aging faithful friend to make a life or death decision.

web site: www.vdb.org

KEN BURNS GIVE YOU SOMETHING
(Award)
Kent Lambert, 4min:
Ken Burns have the best work in America so Ken Burns want Jazz to wash over him.

KARATE RULER (Award Winner)
Anthony Di Salvo, 15min:
A Sci-Fi starring (and written by) developmentally handicapped people. What Star Wars: Episode 1 should have been.

BIG FUCKING MACHINES (World Premiere)
Michael Galinsky, 3min:
Indeed they are!.

PLANETARIUM
Nelson Henricks, 21min: A completely discombobulated mish-mash of UFOlogy, bad drugs and The Ramones. I want to be sedated.

web site: www.vdb.org

SATYR/SADIST
Kristie Drew, 8min: A masochist's darkest fantasy; you have been warned.