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[Fantastic Fest ’22] Fantastic Fest announces amazing lineup

Genre fans get ready!

Fantastic Fest 2022 is coming up fast and this year’s slate of films is a star studded one. The genre festival will also includes a tribute to Korean director Park Chan-wook. The 17th edition of the fest will be held at the Alamo Drafthouse on South Lamar.

“It’s been far too long since we’ve all been able to gather together and celebrate film the Fantastic Fest way,” says festival director Lisa Dreyer. “We’ve really put our all into crafting an extraordinary week, from the exceptional programming that spans exciting discoveries to highly anticipated features, to our signature events that will inject a much-needed dose of fun into 2022.”

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Screenings include the upcoming V/H/S/99, Park Chan-wook’s Decision to Leave, and The Menu starring Anya-Taylor Joy. There will also be documentaries that look at the works of Stephen King and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and short film blocks.

“Fantastic Fest has always been the purest expression of Alamo Drafthouse Cinema’s founding principle: share the joy of cinema with people you love,” says Fantastic Fest founder Tim League. “I am beyond proud of the team for forging one of, if not the all-time best, Fantastic Fest experiences ever. This is my favorite week of the year, and I cannot wait to share it with all of you.”

[Fantastic Fest '22] Fantastic Fest announces amazing lineup

Fantastic Fest takes place from September 22-29. The film lineup is HERE. Tickets can be found HERE.

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