ROCATERRANIA is now available on DVD from Microcinema International and Amazon, and at 9pm on April 21, 2011, the film will premiere on SCETV – South Carolina Public Television.
If all goes according to plan, the ROCATERRANIA DVD will be available for sale from the brettingram.org store by August 17th. Stay tuned!
ROCATERRANIA will screen in early August at the Atlanta Underground Film Festival and in October at the Vancouver International Film Festival. Meanwhile, MONSTER ROAD will screen August 6th at the Lowell Film Collaborative in Lowell, MA.
- ROCATERRANIA will screen at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences (where the subject of the film, Renaldo Kuhler, worked for 30+ years) in Raleigh, NC at 7pm on Saturday August 15th. There will be a wine and cheese reception at 6pm and the Savage Knights, including Shark Quest’s Chris Eubank, will play music from the soundtrack starting at 6:30pm.
- ROCATERRANIA will screen on Aug. 25th at 7:30 pm atthe Fearrington Village Barn (in Fearrington Village, Pittsboro. Halfwaybetween Chapel Hill and Pittsboro off Hwy 15-501 South) as part of the 100 MileSustainable Cinema Series. Tickets are $5.
- ROCATERRANIA will also screen at the Rhode Island International Film Festival, the Webster University Film Series, and the Vancouver International Film Festival. The dates and times for those screenings will be announced soon.
- Also forthcoming is the DVD release (available exclusively from the Bright Eye Pictures online store) of ROCATERRANIA. I’ll keep you posted.
Rocaterrania has screened at the following festivals so far (as of July, 2009)…
- Special Preview Screening: Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, Missoula, Montana – Feb. 2009
- World Premiere: Cinequest San Jose Film Festival, San Jose, California – Feb./March 2009
- Big Muddy Film Festival, Carbondale, Illinois – Feb./March – 2009
- James River Film Festival, Richmond, Virginia – April 2009
- Kansas City Film Festival, Kansas City, Missouri – April 2009
- RiverRun International Film Festival, Winston-Salem, NC – April 2009
- Syracuse International Film Festival, Syracuse, New York – April 2009
- Maryland Film Festival, Baltimore, MD – May 2009
- Tupelo Film Festival, Tupelo, MS – May 2009
ROCATERRANIA will preview at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival in Missoula, Montana at 5pm on February 20th, 2009. I’m a juror in the feature category at this year’s festival, so I’ll be in attendance to do Q&A after the screening.
ROCATERRANIA will have its official “world premiere” at Cinequest San Jose Film Festival at 2:30pm on February 28. Other screenings at Cinequest will take place at 7:15pm on March 2 and 12:30pm on March 3. I will attend all three screenings and do Q&A afterwards.
Monster Road will screen at the Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta on March 28, at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle on April 26, as well as at the James River Film Festival and the Salem (Oregon) Film Festival in April.
Prometheus’ Garden and Luck of a Foghorn will screen Thursday, February 12 at 7pm at the Weatherspoon Art Museum in Greensboro, NC. I will be there to do Q&A afterward.
May 21, 2008, at 7 Dudley Cinema, Venice, CA: Bruce Bickford’s PROMETHEUS’ GARDEN (28 min., 1988) and Brett Ingram’s short documentary, LUCK OF A FOGHORN: The Making of Bruce Bickford’s Prometheus’ Garden (28 min., 2008).
…here at Bright Eye Pictures. I’ve just launched my brand new website, www.BrettIngram.org, beautifully designed by Andy Hunt of Andy Hunt Designs. Along with this launch is the release of two new DVDs available in the BrettIngram.org store: 1. Bruce Bickford’s startlingly original stop-motion masterpiece, PROMETHEUS’ GARDEN (28 min., 1988), which comes with a brilliant commentary track by Bruce Bickford, a stunning alternate score by Shark Quest’s Laird Dixon, and a 28-min. documentary featurette directed by me and entitled LUCK OF A FOGHORN: the Making of Bruce Bickford’s Prometheus’ Garden. 2. The all new “Collector’s Edition” DVD of MONSTER ROAD, featuring a DVD-9 encode for better image quality, the original soundtrack by Shark Quest, and 15 additional minutes (45 min. total) of extras including rare Bickford animation and deleted scenes from the documentary.I hope you will take the time to explore the entire site. View the trailers and buy the DVDs. Bruce Bickford needs your support to continue making some of the most original animation on the planet. Thanks! Brett