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October 10, 2010

Rabbit Fever Premiere at Heartland Film Festival

Kudos to Scott, Jeff, Chris and Sara at Remedy Editorial and Colorist Genius Gary Coates who have been a tremendous help in getting the film prime for theatrical exhibition (see photos below). Thanks to them, Rabbit Fever will be projected digitally in all its mastered glory on HDCam at the AMC Castleton Square 14 in Indianapolis on Sunday, October 17th at 5:30pm.

March 17, 2010

The making of the ‘Rabbit Fever’ movie poster

As many of you know, Ignatz-award winning cartoonist Jeffrey Brown illustrated the movie poster for Rabbit Fever. Since I live in California and he lives in Chicago, we basically communicated back and forth through e-mail regarding the look and feel of the design and he even watched footage of the film over the Internet. Watch the behind-the-scenes video that explains Jeffrey Brown’s process!

January 15, 2010

Featured story in Rabbits USA, available at Petco & Petsmart

I had the pleasure of meeting with Marylou Zarbock, Editor of Rabbits USA, last October at the ARBA National Convention. She not only watched Rabbit Fever, but she also wrote a great story about it that’s featured prominently in the magazine. You can pickup a copy at your local Petco, Petsmart and select pet shops.

October 26, 2009

Roxie Theatre in San Francisco Infected with Rabbit Fever

During our Work-in-Progress Screening, we infected the legendary Roxie Theater with Rabbit Fever in the Mission District of San Francisco on Sunday, October 25th at 7pm. To see the entire photo album on Flickr, click here.

October 25, 2009

San Francisco lists Rabbit Fever as #1 Movie To See

Adults vie for the “Best in Show” title, while teenage attendees contend for “Rabbit King” and “Rabbit Queen” honors. If that makes Rabbit Fever sound like something Christopher Guest might have dreamed up for one of his mockumentaries, that’s not far off the mark, though Do, an avowed fan of the competition, clearly has a real affection for her subjects that’s sometimes missing from Guest’s razor-sharp barbs.

August 12, 2009

Rabbit Fever receives early buzz on USA Today

Over the last 2 weeks, Rabbit Fever has received a little bit of early press coverage – most notably a “Cool Movie Alert” write-up on USA Today’s pop culture blog written by Whitney Matheson. Additionally, Eye for Film from the U.K. does a Q&A with Director Amy Do regarding her background and the making of the film.

July 25, 2009

Rabbit Fever buttons at Comic-Con, San Diego, CA

For fans attending Comic-Con in San Diego, CA – spread the Rabbit Fever! Comics artist Jeffrey Brown – illustrator of Rabbit Fever’s poster artwork – will be freely offering sweet-looking 1″ Rabbit Fever buttons at the Top Shelf Comix booth today and tomorrow (Booth #1721). Show your love for rabbits and support the film…and did I mention that yellow looks REALLY good on you? :)

July 24, 2009

Have what it takes to be Rabbit King or Queen?

If you know anything about the film, you would know that it extensively covers the process of what a person has to go through in order to win the title of National Rabbit King or Queen – it’s no easy feat! I invite you to take a spin around the spiffy newly designed website and search for a little “Easter Egg” (hidden link) that I’ve included (it’s not that hard) in order to find a SAMPLE of one of the difficult royalty contests.

July 7, 2009

Original Song “Rabbit Fever” by John Elliott

Allow me to introduce John Elliott & The Hereafter – the Los Angeles-based artist whose music has been featured on the hit ABC television series, Grey’s Anatomy, and known as the “Simon and Garfunkel of the 21st Century.” John was inspired to write and perform a hauntingly contagious ballad for the film. One word to describe the effect of marrying the track – simply titled “Rabbit Fever” – to one of the most pivotal scenes of the film? Magic.