Join us for the only festival of classic movies, re-made by amateurs who replace A-list stars and CGI with whatever is laying around their houses and a ton of creativity. It’s odd, unexpected, and a whole lot of fun.
Sweded Film Fest is a compilation reel that brings together the best, funniest Sweded Films made during the COVID-19 Quarantines. Created by Row House Cinema in Pittsburgh, it is available through Virtual Cinema on Feb. 12.
Your ticket purchase will help support independent cinemas across the country, so you can watch some hilarious films and feel good about helping to keep indie cinemas alive!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
It is! We hear they have great meatballs.
But Sweded films have nothing to do with Sweden the country, and everything to do with Michel Gondry’s Be Kind Rewind — a 2008 film in which video store employees (Jack Black and Mos Def) ruin an entire store worth of videos and cover their mistake by hilariously remaking films themselves.
We turned the concept into a film festival and 2020 will be its fourth year running.
Awesome! We can’t wait to watch it.
Registration for the Fifth Annual Festival is officially open. You can register and check out the rules here.
When the movie comes out on Feb. 12, you’ll be able to watch it. You’ll receive an email when it’s available.
We recommend our filmmakers keep it roughly PG-13, and we choose films/edit accordingly.
If you are a theater and would like to participate, please email us here
If you would like your favorite, local, independent, amazing theater to participate, please email us here
It’s been a rough year to run a movie theater y’all. Many, like Row House, are relying on the release of virtual cinema titles to earn a little money. When you rent through your local cinema, they’ll receive 50% of the sale just for letting you know about it!