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‘Jacaranda Joe’: George A. Romero’s Bigfoot Short Will Have a Virtual Screening This April

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'Jacaranda Joe': George A. Romero's Bigfoot Short Will Have a Virtual Screening This April

The University of Pittsburgh will be giving the legendary George A. Romero‘s never before seen bigfoot short film Jacaranda Joe its first-ever public screening on April 12th hosted by the University Library System. If you would like to take part in the special screening for the film, all you need to do is follow this link and register.

As described on the official University of Pittsburgh website, in 1994:

“George A. Romero traveled to Valencia Community College in central Florida to make a short film about a swamp-dwelling bigfoot called Jacaranda Joe. Largely unknown and presumed lost, a copy of the film was discovered in the University of Pittsburgh Library System’s Romero archive.”

According to the tweet shared by Adam Hart below, the screening will be followed by a Q&A session with crew members Michael Sellers, George Rizkallah, and Elizabeth Tobin Kurtz.

Are you as big fan of George A. Romero’s work? If so, will you be checking out the first ever public screening of Jacaranda Joe this April? As usual, you can let us know the answers to both questions down in our Disqus comments area below this post.

Romero’s Jacaranda Joe has a runtime of 17-minutes.

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