THE MAN WHO KILLED HITLER AND THEN THE BIGFOOT Theatrical Release & VOD Feb. 8

The much-anticipated theatrical release for THE MAN WHO KILLED HITLER AND THEN THE BIGFOOT is happening on February 8th. and at the same time, the film is being released to VOD services. Shot in western Massachusetts in and around Turner Falls, the home of director Robert Krzykowski, the film is a character study with some pulp genre elements in the vein of a Hal Ashby or Robert Altman. It also features incredible talent in all aspects of the production, including Executive Producer Douglas Trumbull, Music Composer Joe Kraemer and special effects guru Richard Yuricich.

Click here to listen to Hartley Pleshaw’s radio interview with Robert Krzykowski and Joe Kraemer.

Below are some photos from IMAGINE’s exclusive New England premiere screening which was held on November 15th, 2018 and featured appearances by director, Robert D. Krzykowski, Douglas Trumbull (2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY, BLADERUNNER), Visual Effects Supervisor Richard Yuricich (STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE, BLADE RUNNER) and Composer Joe Kraemer (MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: ROGUE NATION) as well as Silas Archer Gustav who plays the young Calvin Barr’s dog in the film.

Event Photographer Carolyn Ross
Executive Producer, Academy Award winner and Imaginnaire Douglas Trumbull , Director Robert D. Kryzkowski, Composer Joe Kraemer and Carol Patton. Photo by Carolyn Ross — at Somerville Theatre.
Jan Waldman, Carol Patton and Silas Archer Gustav, who appears in the film. Photo by Carolyn Ross — at Somerville Theatre.




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