You may as well just call this next story “Clash of the Zeitgeists” because it has it all: indie film, ironic urban hipsters, backwoods survival, an Apocalyptic event and slow food. It’s like someone took a snapshot of Google Trends and decided to make a movie out of it. Now if someone could get that Gotye dude to score the soundtrack and then throw in a zombie attack it’d be perfect.

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The actor who illegally gunned down a deer on camera for Tribeca Film Festival entrant “First Winter” has been charged for killing the animal. Paul Manza, a yoga instructor who played a main character in the film, admitted to shooting a pair of deer without a license and outside of hunting season for a scene in the movie where at least one of the animals was skinned, cooked and eaten on camera…

The kill was part of a 23-day film shoot for director Ben Dickinson’s debut feature about naive Brooklyn hipsters learning to survive on an upstate New York farm after an apocalyptic event. It took them several days to find a deer, he said, and they had started to think they would have to revise the script to drop the scene.

But here’s the money quote…

“We are idiots. We didn’t know how to do this [hunting] stuff,” Dickinson told DNAinfo before the film’s premiere at the festival on April 19.

Now that’s irony any hipster worth his skinny jeans would be proud of: a bunch of naive Brooklyn hipsters unknowingly committing deer hunting violations while out in the woods making a movie about a bunch of naive Brooklyn hipsters deer hunting out in the woods. I don’t know about you, but this movie just rocketed to the top of my “must see” list…