SWEDED FILM FESTIVAL FOR CREATIVE RE-CREATIONS
From the team that brought you the a-meow-zing Quarantine Cat Film Festival comes...SWEDED FILM FESTIVAL FOR CREATIVE RE-CREATIONS
They're zero-budget, amateur, homemade, zany, creative, weird and often downright hilarious: a dozen "Sweded" versions of favorite films come together in The Sweded Film Festival for Creative Re-Creations. From mega-blockbusters to concert films, The Sweded Film Festival for Creative Re-Creations offers fan-made, five-minute versions of Die Hard, No Country for Old Men, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, The Lighthouse – even Stop Making Sense, among others. The Sweded Film Festival for Creative Re-Creations showcases the passion, humor, creativity and incredible ingenuity of film fans nationwide who won’t be deterred by a pandemic … and can't stop loving the movies.
"A great sweding reclaims power from Hollywood, puts the audience in the driver’s seat, and reminds us that genuine creativity has little to do with special effects and high-priced stars. Sweded movies are love letters and acts of demolition at the same time. Every time you watch one, you’re seeing the revolution be televised." -- Ty Burr, The Boston Globe
"Seeing two-to-four year olds play most of the Secret Service agents in the Harrison Ford classic, "Air Force One," really adds something to the dramatic stakes of the film." -- Sean Collier, Pittsburgh Today Live
"We have this desperation to create...the pandemic definitely made that clear...that no matter what, we're still here creating — even if there's no money behind it, it's something that drives us as humans." -- 1st Prize winner Marissa Chastain, NBC News