Welcome, and we hope you brought popcorn for everyone. Whether you’re here to relive the glory that was swede fest™palm beach 3, or this will be your first viewing of the creativity on display since that magical inaugural festival in 2012, sit back, laugh your silly heads off, and vow you can make a better swede for next year’s swede fest™ palm beach 4 at 7:00 PM on a date as yet to be determined in 2015. You still have plenty of time to put your money where your mouth is.

 

 

Swede Fest Palm Beach 3, Act 1: Jurassic Park by Christopher Notarnicola, Insidious by Elliot Skogma, To Have & Have Not by Wally Lurz, and The Big Lebowski by Brenden Stefano

Swede Fest Palm Beach 3, Act 2: Specific Rim by Brett Weiner, Pulp Fiction by Arden Jurskis, Swe7en by Mike Gomez, and Robocop by Jason Galotti

Swede Fest Palm Beach 3, Act 3: Pee-wee’s Big Adventure by John Burke, Rocky 3 by Belle Forin, Tangled by The Benjamin School, and Mementos by Jacek Gancarz

Swede Fest Palm Beach 3, Act 4: The Goonies by Nick Crisafi, Catching Fire by Nicole Rankin, The Shining by Meg Mufson, and Office Space by Richard Palacios

Swede Fest Palm Beach 3, Act 5: JAWS the real ending by Thomas Targe, Star Wars by The Collins Family, Noah by Max Shteiman and Raising Arizona by Melissa Wise

Swede Fest Palm Beach 3, Act 6: The Wolf of Wall Street by Lamar Pitts and Basic Instinct by Krys Parker

 

 

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