Hello everyone, we had originally hoped to hold DukeFest in July 2020 but with the continued virus situation we’re officially going to cancel the festival for this year. It’s sad to do this but right now it’s not possible to hold a film festival, so instead of trying to delay things even more we’re just going to fully cancel this year and look to return in 2021. We miss all of you and hope things are alright for everyone.
We’ve actually been hard at work on the content for the festival and have a huge amount of the shows done, so we really hope to come back in 2021 and share it all with you!
As a small bonus for there being no festival this year here’s a short special treat for you that we found this year, it’s the G Street Live meets David Lynch and Twin Peaks mash up that you never knew you wanted…
Don’t forget you can get a constant DukeFest fix via our YouTube channel where we’re uploading new rare footage and fun finds almost daily now – find it here.
All our love to everyone out there, take care and we’ll see you soon!
So things are quiet right now at The Duke, we’re actually hard at work on our biggest project we’ve ever taken on, that involves watching through 300-hours of footage, we’re hoping to bring this very special project to you at #DukeFest in 2019, if we can get it finished in time, there’s been some amazing finds along the way already! Next week watch out for a very special early online Christmas present from us, in the meantime please remember that this post is…
Next up here’s another French language trailer we subtitled just for Dukefest – it’s the little seen crime comedy On a volé Charlie Spencer! (Charlie Spencer Was Stolen!). Look out for our final unproduced Cannon film trailer tomorrow, we’ve saved the best till last!
More #DukeFest trailer action, here’s something wild that we subtitled ourselves just for that night, it’s the very unique French Canadian 1970s musical spy thriller pop-art explosion that is: IXE-13