“We’re honoring Albert because he represents what this award stands for,” says festival co-chair Gregory Lamberson. “He’s been a tireless for in independent cinema since the 1980s, with films like Radioactive Dreams, Cyborg and Captain America. No matter what studio interference and budgetary challenges he’s faced, he’s continued to build a body of work in multiple genres. To many people these are just B movies, but to him, they’re his art. While others have talked about making movies and chased the perfect deal, he’s done what he loves.”
Pyun, who suffers from multiple sclerosis, is unable to attend the festival due to worsening health. His partner, Cynthia Curnan, is spearheading an IndieGoGo campaign to finance a screening of Road to Hell in Los Angeles; fans should visit
Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival will screen 85 movies covering science fiction, fantasy, horror, action, thriller, animation, cult, fan and locally produced films. A complete list of selections and the schedule have been posted at
. Lloyd Kaufman will receive the Dedication to Indie Excellence Award, and will screen Return to Nuke ‘Em High Vol. 1 on Saturday, November 9th.
Albert Pyunn Career Celebration IndieGoGo video:
Road to Hell trailer: