Bookending 07’s SF IndieFest are two great pix promptly bound for distribution IndieFest’s opening night feature is David Lynch’s first self-distributed film: Inland Empire. A ghostly tale dealing with the illusion of sanity, this pic is currently seeing a short national tour with Lynch in tow. Though we can't say we wholly understand the film's premise, it will doubtless, further Lynch’s candidacy as a cine-God. Closing the fest is a vanguard pic due for theatres in late spring called Fido. A fantastical period piece about the effects of radioactivity and the co-existence of humans and zombies in a fictionalized 50’s America, this film promises as much dower atmosphere as piquant humor.
By Sara S, contributing