Do the Dance
Dance Step of Death
Do the Dance poster art by Tom Beauchamp Monster Design Co.
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Fletcher take doc to LA film market
Sacramento filmmaker Ed Fletcher is traveling to the Los Angeles area Nov. 3 - 6 to attend the world's largest film market, with the goal of building distribution support for the documentary project "Do the Dance."
"Le Chapeau Genial " screens at Seattle festival
After claiming the director's award in the Sacramento International Film Festival's Fashion on Film competition, Le Chapeau Genial screened at the Seattle Transmedia and Independent Film Festival. Le Chapeau tells a tale of a young girl's fight with fashion.
'Dance' from dream to investment
Local filmmakers are poised to turn a wild 1969 Sacramento indecency trial into a feature-length documentary exploring the impactful trial and looking at how things have changed 50 years since.
The trial over bottomless dancing at Orangevale's "Pink Pussy Kat" go-go bar made national news when Judge Earl Warren Jr. decided the jury needed to see the dancer "Do the Dance." The case went on to help write the rules to exotic dance across the country.
Using support from crowdfund backers, the project is about 40 percent shot as the team seeks the remaining funds needed to complete to project and release the film in 2019.
Fletcher pitches "Pink" at major film market
Screenwriter and producer Ed Fletcher traveled to Santa Monica for the American Film Market conference, one of the largest film markets in the world. While there, he pitched Pink, a sexy dramatic comedy, to a panel of experienced producers.