12 May 2014 7:41 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Striding through the medieval market square in Kraków's Old Town, drops of light evening rain flying off his clear plastic poncho, Bobcat Goldthwait was enjoying one of the last festival moments for his new movie "Willow Creek." Although the found-footage horror-comedy opens in the United States June 6, and has spent a year on the festival circuit, the filmmaker was happy that there was still fresh territory to conquer. Namely, Krakow's indie-minded Off Plus Camera festival, where Goldthwait had just shown the movie to an audience of Polish fans floating on a boat in the Vistula River. "It was really good because there could be no walk-outs," he said, "and it was perfect for the movie, because it was windy and cold and the movie is set outdoors. A lot with a Bigfoot movie gets lost though. Some of these people think I made up Bigfoot." The comic-turned-director had a lot »


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