Who doesn’t like a good sci-fi film festival? OK, there are probably a few people out there who who put their hands up. But if you stop to think about sci-fi movies, the range is vast. Just think about some of the craziest B-movies that you’ve seen at 2am in the morning, like Destination Moon. Then consider a family-friendly film such as E.T. – The Extra Terrestrial. There’s a wide range of science fiction movies out there, and the Albright-Knox Art Gallery is aiming to feature a few of them at an upcoming Science Fiction Film Festival on Friday March 1 from noon to 9:30pm.
The film festival was inspired by artist Kelly Richardson – the artist’s immersive installations pay homage to the sets that were featured in the types of films that are to be shown on that Friday.
Science Fiction Film Festival
Friday, March 1, 2013, noon-9:30 pm
Part of M&T FIRST FRIDAYS @ THE GALLERY
FREE for Members / $5 for non-members (one ticket good for all films)
The films include Destination Moon, 1950 (at noon), Silent Running, 1972 (at 1:50 pm), Frogs, 1972 (at 3:40 pm), E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, 1982 (at 5:30 pm), and Children of Men, 2006 (at 7:30 pm).