Fanny: The Right to Rock trailer just came out as a Rolling Stone magazine exclusive. The film will premiere at Hot Docs festival on April 29. I’m so thrilled to have edited this amazing film by Bobbi Jo Hart, featuring Fanny and their incredible story ❤️
I’m proud to announce that FANNY: The Right to Rock, by Bobbi Jo Hart, will have its world premiere at Hot Docs. We don’t know yet neither how nor when the festival will unfold but I can’t wait to share my work with you as an editor.
Photo: Linda Wolf
I’m thrilled to announce that Rebels on Pointe, by Bobbi Jo Hart, has been nominated by the Canadian Screen Awards as Best Arts Documentary Program!
Don’t miss Rebels on Pointe, by Bobbi Jo Hart, airing on Documentary Channel this Wednesday, May 9, at 7 pm! “The Trocks are an all-male ballet company that perform acts of revolution… in tutus!”
Rebels on Pointe, by Bobbi Jo Hart, will be airing on Documentary Channel in its original feature length (90 min), this Sunday, February 18, at 9 pm.
You can watch the trailer here:
Thanks for spreading the word and tuning in!
Rebels on Pointe, de Bobbi Jo Hart, sera diffusé sur Documentary Channel dans sa version originale (90 min), ce dimanche 18 février à 21h00.
Vous pouvez regarder la bande-annonce ici:
Merci de passer le mot, vous m’en donnerez des nouvelles!
“On days when it seems there isn’t too much to smile about, grab a glass of wine and watch “Rebels on Pointe,” Bobbi Jo Hart’s playful documentary about the all-male comedy dance troupe, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo.”
– The New York Times
“The result is a delightful, embracing cultural experience, one that the film’s director, Bobbi Jo Hart, warmly captures in all its offbeat glory as she follows the group.”
– The Los Angeles Times
It’s a big week for Rebels on Pointe, by Bobbi Jo Hart, opening in about 15 cities in the US, among which NYC, San Francisco and LA. Tell your friends!
Rebels on Pointe, directed by Bobbi Jo Hart, wins Best Canadian Feature at the Inside Out Toronto Film Festival!
Here is a review by the Daily Xtra: Five queer films you don’t want to miss at Hot Docs 2017