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Tuesday, January 05, 2010

Finally! Something Fun to do in January!

Come join me at the Bigfoot in Film festival January 29-31 at the Ned Smith Nature and Art Center in Millersburg, PA.

The fun filled weekend will feature films about Bigfoot (of course) and some notable speakers including Eric Altman and Loren Coleman!

Ned Smith Center has teamed up with Harrisburg film cooperative Moviate (presenters of the annual Side Street Cinema) to present its first ever film festival! The Bigfoot Film Festival is a fun event designed to explore the anomaly of "Bigfoot" and other natural folklore and how Bigfoot has been represented in film. Kitschy, campy films like "The Creature from Black Lake" and others will be shown, as well as documentary films on the Bigfoot phenomenon. Expert speakers will also be on hand, along with fun family activities.

FESTIVAL SCHEDULE (subject to change)

Friday, January 29, 2010 - 6 p.m.

FILM: BFF Trailer
Produced by Caleb Smith and Jim Hollenbaugh

LECTURE: "Bigfoot In Film" with Jim Hollenbaugh, Filmmaker

FILM: "Yolanda" by George Kuchar

FILM: "The Creature from Black Lake"

Saturday, January 30, 2010 - 12 p.m. - 10 p.m.

FILM: "Capture of Bigfoot"

LECTURE: "Bigfoot in Pennsylvania" with Eric Altman, Director of Pennsylvania Bigfoot Society
**Includes guided walk on trails

FILM: "Legend Meets Science"

DINNER BREAK - Please visit the many fine dining establishments in Millersburg!

LECTURE: "Boggy Creek, Bigfoot and Beyond" with Loren Coleman, Cryptozoologist

FILM: "The Legend of Boggy Creek"

Sunday, January 31, 2010 - 12 p.m.-5 p.m. - FAMILY DAY!

BIGFOOT COSTUME CONTEST: Create your own bigfoot costume and enter in our friendly costume contest!


LECTURE: "Bigfoot's Favorite Pet: Modern Mountain Lions in Pennsylvania" with Marcus Schneck, Outdoor Writer for the Patriot-News

FILM: "Harry and the Hendersons"


ART EXHIBIT by Garrick Dorsett

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE! Get your official BFF t-shirts and more!


You never know who will show up!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for posting this! I am one of the Festival organizers and encourage people who are interested in attending to reserve tickets ahead of time - you can reserve by calling the Ned Smith Center at 717-692-3699 or reserve online here at