Screening | Buzz One Four, Matt McCormick, 60min, 2017
Part of the Buffalo International FilmFestival
Saturday, October 7, 2017, 12 pm
Buzz One Four is a documentary film by Matt McCormick that chronicles the ill fated flight of a Cold War B-52 bomber loaded with two thermonuclear bombs that crashed 90 miles from Washington DC. The crash has remained classified and details continue to be repressed by the Air Force, but it is a story the filmmaker grew up with because the pilot of the plane was his grandfather. Buzz One Four investigates the aspects of this crash and other nuclear-weapons accidents and leaves us wondering if the United States was in greater danger of nuking itself than being attacked by the Russians.
$39.99 for the Bison Pass (full access pass to all films in the festival and venues for run of fest 10/6-10/9)
$10 in advance (plus online vendor fees)
$11 at the door
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Buffalo International Film Festival (est. 2006) champions regional, national, and international films that push the limits of independent cinema–presenting quality films from around the world to WNY residents and visitors. BIFF is committed to amplifying diverse voices and exhibiting cutting-edge programming in narrative, documentary and experimental film. A proud supporter of local filmmaking, BIFF also offers workshops, seminars, industry panel discussions, fiscal sponsorship and professional development opportunities.