"Mr Bitchin'": Robert Williams Documentary @ Egyptian Theatre, Los AngelesJuxtapoz // Wednesday, 24 Jul 2013
This past weekend at Comic-Con, our founder, Robert Williams, saw his long-overdue, and long in process documentary, Mr. Bitchin';, take home the honor of "Best Documentary at Comic-Con Int’l Independent Film Fest." A pretty great feat consider all the competition. Now, for all our friends in Southern California and beyond, you can see a special presentation of Mr Bitchin' at the famed Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood on July 30, at 7:30pm. And for all our readers, we have a special offer for you...
Reserve Tickets In Advance:
—Send an email to: email@example.com
—Put the title of the film – ROBERT WILLIAMS MR. BITCHIN’ - in the subject line!
—In the body of the email include: first and last name, how you found out about the deal (e.g. Robert Williams FanClub Newsletter), the $9 ticket price and how many tickets you plan to reserve. This will only reserve the tickets.
—All tickets must be picked up and paid for at the ticket office of the Cinematheque.
You can also show up at the theatre on 7/30 and use our top-secret password: RETINAL DELIGHTS to activate the discount when you purchase your tickets – but don’t wait too long, this is a one-time screening and it will sell out!
The Zap Comix anti-hero R. Crumb says of Robert Williams: “He’s an art hero, that’s the truth!” This irreverent documentary delivers insight into multiple American counter-cultures by following the great American artist and underground legend Robert Williams. From Hot Rods to Punk and Metal, from LSD to the top of the art world, the influential paintings of Robert Williams defied categorization until they became their own art movement. ROBERT WILLIAMS MR BITCHIN’ recently won “Best Documentary” at the Comic Con International Film Festival and will have a Special Screening on July 30th at the American Cinematheque’s Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles. Soon after, the film will be released nationwide on DVD and video on demand (VOD) platforms by Cinema Libre Studio.
The feature documentary was directed and edited by Mary C. Reese and co-directed by Nancye Ferguson (Flying with the Angels), Doug Blake, Stephen Nemeth and Michael LaFetra. Ferguson, Blake (The Sessions) and LaFetra (Night Train) also served as producers and Nemeth (The Sessions, Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas) executive produced with Charles Solomon Jr. (Nate & Margaret) co-executive producing. An official selection at the Big Sky Film Festival, it has also screened at MoMA, MOCA, OCMA, LACMA and Art Miami-Basel.