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The Royal Flush Festival, formerly known as the Evil City Film Fest, announces its lineup of independent films, music videos, live music performances, and underground art openings taking place October 15th-18th at Anthology Film Archives and other venues throughout New York.

Royal Flush Festival’s film component will open with Merle Becker’s ode to American rock poster art, American Artifact, on Thursday, Oct. 15, that will include a Q&A with the director along with artist Tara McPhereson. The centerpiece film will be Royal Flush Festival alum Daryl Wein with his narrative feature comedy, Breaking Upwards, on Saturday, Oct. 17. The festival will also feature “Evil City Horror Films” including Pig Hunt and God of Vampires and will conclude with Dean Bajramovic‘s Gangster Exchange on Sunday, Oct. 18.

Unique art events will also take place each day including the American Artifact Underground Rock Poster Show at Showroom NYC following the film’s screening on Thursday, Oct. 15th, the outdoor Automorphosis Art Car Show and the Antagonist Art Show at Mindy Wyatt Gallery, both on Saturday, Oct. 17th, as well as appearances by legendary New York City activist and street artist, Ron English, and many others.

To learn more about the fest, click here.

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