Hey there; you can buy your swede fest™ palm beach 5 tickets online now on our — wait for it – Buy Tickets page. We also should let you know what film titles have been claimed. While you’ve been procrastinating, your more-together peers have snaked you:
- Alice In Wonderland
- Forrest Gump
- Jurassic World
- Mad Max: Fury Road
- Star Wars: Phantom Menace
- Star Wars: Return of the Jedi
- The Great Debators
- The Martian
- Willy Wonka
As a gentle reminder, here are the bare basics: We’re celebrating a half-decade of comically bad remakes of Hollywood hits at the Kelsey Theater, located at 700 Park Avenue in Lake Park on October 15, 2016 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm, with an entertainment-packed after party next door at the Brewhouse Gallery. In case you’ve forgotten…
WHAT’S A “SWEDE?” Based on the movie, “Be Kind, Rewind,” a “swede” is a no-budget, hilarious remake of a Hollywood film which spawned an underground sweding craze and resulted in the first swede fest™ in Fresno, Calif. Next came swede fest™ tampa bay, then swede fest™ palm beach in 2012.
Picture “Twister” filmed using balled up paper towels; “The Fast and the Furious” reenacted using children’s Big Wheels – these are only a few examples of the hundreds of films submitted over the past four years. Perfect “short-attention-span theater,” each film is maxed out at 3 minutes, meaning that as “so-bad-it’s-good” as the film may be, another one is soon to appear. The audience votes on the best/worst film made, which could win bragging rights for the future (or not) filmmaker, and special prizes for overall epic-ness.
It is completely free to enter a swede, and selected films will receive a complimentary ticket for its director. Admission to the fest for the rest of you mere mortals is $12 per person in advance, or $15 at the door.
RULES TO ENTER All films must be rated PG-13 AND UNDER 3 MINUTES (so keep it clean and keep it short)! Also, there is only one swede per film title, so no one will be stuck watching three remakes of X-Men Apocalypse (God help us all). Claim your title by emailing to email@example.com. Films must be completed and sent by September 30. Updates on film titles are posted to the swede fest™ palm beach Facebook page.
The event is completely volunteer run, and individuals and businesses looking to become a sponsor can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Elizabeth Dashiell during working hours at 561-543-8276 to learn about the many ways they can gain shameless amounts of exposure to hundreds of all-ages residents. Swede fest™ palm beach 5 is sponsored in-kind by the Brewhouse Gallery, Palm Beach Film Society and the Alchemy Communications Group.