Bethesda has just announced that it will be presenting a "post-apocalyptic film festival" to be held at Santa Monica's Aero Theater on August 22 and 23. Six movies themed around the idea of life after global catastrophe are due to be screened, including Wizards, A Boy and His Dog, and many other films that you've probably never heard of.
"We are very excited to sponsor this film festival with the American Cinematheque and Geek Monthly magazine as this event brings together fans of film and video games like never before," said Vlatko Andonov, president of Bethesda Softworks. I disagree however, and think that Uwe Boll united film buffs and gamers long before ... in universal hatred.
If you want to attend, tickets cost $10 and can purchased from Fandango.com. Also, feel free to hit the press release after the jump. Go on, it'll be fun.
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