3:30pm Doors & Zombie Transformation Station
5pm Movie with Zombie Panel to follow
Zombie panel with filmmakers Sandy Jimenez and Kenneth Filmer to follow after the movie, which will be facilitated by Alex Horwitz, director of Alice Jacobs is Dead and Hamilton's America.
Sandy Jimenez is a comic book artist and filmmaker best known for his work as an editor of World War 3 Illustrated magazine for over 25 years, and also as the creator of “Marley Davidson: Bronx Exorcist.” His comic book stories have been adapted into movies and he has been the storyboard artist on scores of motion pictures including his own feature length film in 2007.
Kenneth Filmer is a filmmaker and film programmer. He has run the movie studios at multi-arts and film complex Brooklyn Fire Proof in Bushwick, Brooklyn for six years. He’s recently produced two new films for underground movie legend Nick Zedd and was the co-executive producer of Ghost Team, starring Jon Heder and Amy Sedaris. He will be programming and hosting the underground animation festival - "Color Giants" - for the second straight year on November 12.Donetta Riley, a professional face and body painter for 12 years. She has studied with Nick and Brian Wolfe, Matteo Arfanotti and Sean Avram, to name a few. Her specialty is ScFy and Horror and she has competed in the U.S. and Canada. Recent paints include paint for Good Morning America at the Broadway Cats production and painting for the Today Show Belly Art Project. Learn more here.
Night of the Living Dead is a 1968 American independent horror film, The dead come back to life and eat the living. Several people barricade themselves inside a rural house in an attempt to survive the night. Outside are hordes of relentless, shambling zombies who can only be killed by a blow to the head.
Written by Russell W. Streiner and Karl Hardman, and directed by George A. Romero. 1 hr, 37 mins.
"Movies at the Palace" take place at the stunning United Palace, formerly the Loew's 175th Street Theatre that first opened as a deluxe movie theatre and vaudeville house in 1930. We honor that past while reinventing the movie-going experience by pairing classic titles with pre-show entertainment and expert Q&A’s. The year-long series of “Movies that Reawaken Wonder” celebrates both the Palace’s past as a Wonder Theatre and recent cinematic rebirth, including Lin-Manuel Miranda’s 2016 donation of a DCP projector. Learn more here.
Adults: $10 online/ $15 at the door
Seniors (65 years and older): $5 online/ $10 at the door