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Thursday, June 25, 2020

George Romero’s Long Lost Film ‘The Amusement Park’ Has Been Acquired by Yellow Veil Pictures

Back in 2018, the late George Romero‘s wife, Suzanne Desrocher-Romero, had teased that a largely unseen film Romero shot in ’73 was going to be restored and released. The 60-minute film is titled The Amusement Park, and it’s actually a PSA on age discrimination that Romero was hired to make early in his career. It was filmed for TV but never actually released.

The George A. Romero Foundation began crowd-funding the film’s restoration and eventual release back in 2018, and this week we’ve learned that it’s now been acquired.

Via THR, Yellow Veil Pictures has picked up the worldwide sales rights to the long lost Romero film, and they’re set to begin shopping it at the Cannes virtual market this week.

In The Amusement Park, which was written by Wally Cook…

“An elderly gentlemen sets out for what he thinks will be a normal day at an amusement park and is soon embroiled in a waking nightmare the likes of which you’ve never seen.”

Though not in the horror genre it is George’s most terrifying film. It has Romero’s unique footprint all over it!” Suzanne Romero teases.

Follow the George A. Romero Foundation for more updates going forward.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3621446/george-romeros-long-lost-film-amusement-park-acquired-yellow-veil-pictures/

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