SAN FRANCISCO, April 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Virgin America, the upscale, low-fare airline known for shaking up the status quo, is teaming up with the Dallas International Film Festival (DIFF) for the big screen premiere of the airline's critically-acclaimed "BLAH AIRLINES FLIGHT 101," a five hour and forty-five minute film set on board a BLAH Airlines flight - the boring, beige and dull antithesis of the innovative and stylish experience when flying Virgin America. The film, which will be screened on April 10 as part of the official DIFF Festival Line-Up, is a surrealistic and humorous work of cinema vérité that exposes the grim reality of commercial air travel - characterized by cramped seats, harsh lighting and a lack of entertainment and meal options. A film that AdWeek called "brilliant" and "warholian," BLAH AIRLINES FLIGHT 101, has garnered nearly one million views on YouTube to date. The film's trailer can be viewed here.
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