The Philip K. Dick Festival Trailer
The Philip K. Dick Festival will take place at the following locations:
DYSTOPIA SCI-FI CON
Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 South Figueroa Street
November 8-11, 2019
The Museum of The Moving Image
March 12- 15, 2020
36-01 35th Ave,
Astoria, N.Y. 11106
All films submitted before October 1, 2018 will have also have their films
considered for screening at The Philip K.DIck Festival/Dystopia Sci-Fi Con in Los Angeles Nov 8-10.
Film received afterwards will still be considered for our NYC festival in March 12-15, 2020 at The Museum
of The Moving Image.
The Philip K. Dick Film Festival gives a special thanks to our proud sponsors, old and new, for helping us through out the years.
REGULAR DEADLINE: August 24, 2019
LATE DEADLINE: October 24, 2019
EXTENDED DEADLINE: December 20, 2019
NOTIFICATION DATE: December 26, 2019
EVENT DATE: March 13 -17, 2020
We accept Blue Ray, DVD, and QuickTime for FEATURES ONLY. (QuickTime is strongly preferred) Shorts should be files no larger than 2 gigabytes. Features should be no larger than 8 gigs. Frame rate should be 29.97 or 30fps. Preferred codec is h264 or MPEG -4. One copy of each film please. (Unless it is a webisode. We are limited in storage space) (Please,
no FTP submissions) PLEASE make sure all digital submissions are CLEARLY LABELED with movie title (No long obscure titles with technical info please).
*Click on magnifying glass to see slide show. Click outside of image to close slide show.
This is just a small cross section of images from festivals past. It is the fans and film makers from all over the world who make our film festival as great as it is.
Philip Kindred Dick (December 16, 1928 – March 2, 1982) was an American novelist, short story writer, essayist and philosopher whose published works mainly belong to the genre of science fiction. The novel The Man in the High Castle bridged the genres of alternate history and science fiction, earning Dick a Hugo Award for Best Novel in 1963.
In addition to 44 published novels, Dick wrote approximately 121 short stories, most of which appeared in science fiction magazines during his lifetime. Although Dick spent most of his career as a writer in near-poverty, eleven popular films based on his works have been produced, including Blade Runner,Total Recall, A Scanner Darkly, Minority Report, Paycheck, Next, and The Adjustment Bureau. In 2007, Dick became the first science fiction writer to be included in-the Library of America series.
The mission of the Philip K. Dick Film Festival is to promote original or adapted material inspired by the works of Philip K. Dick, Jorge Luis Borges, Italo Calvino, Robert Anton Wilson, Franz Kafka and others who have explored the metaphysical, the eerie in all its manifestations. We look at films that challenge the viewers reality with ideas and concepts not normally found in conventional stories. All genres are welcome.
We look for original voices and visions in works submitted. Lastly, this is a festival by filmmakers for filmmakers.