Sequart Organization and Respect Films are proud to announce that their newest documentary, Neil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously, has been picked up by Vimeo. The film is now available for pre-order and will be released on July 8th. (Customers who pre-order will get 10% off by using the code NEIL10.)
Neil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously explores the life and times of legendary author Neil Gaiman. We hear Neil’s story in his own words, as well as through interviews and interactions with friends and collaborators like Bill Hader, Michael Sheen, Lenny Henry, Wil Wheaton, Amanda Palmer, Karen Berger, Grant Morrison, Jill Thompson, Kirsten Vangsness, Lev Grossman, Stoya, the late Sir Terry Pratchett, George R.R. Martin, Jonathan Ross, John Barrowman, and Phillip Pullman.
Neil has committed his life to creating meaningful art and telling stories that resonate with audiences. Dream Dangerously explores his love of writing, as well as the inspirations for his most notable stories, all while providing a fly-on-the-wall look at his epic final signing tour.
Dream Dangerously is directed, produced, and edited by Respect’s Patrick Meaney. Respect’s Jordan Rennert is the film’s director of photography and producer. It is co-produced by Sequart’s Mike Phillips & Julian Darius, Cat Mihos, and Morgan Peter Brown and executive produced by Geoff Notkin.
Other films by Sequart / Respect include She Makes Comics (recently sold to XLRator), The Image Revolution (sold to Shout Factory), Grant Morrison: Talking with Gods, Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts, and Comics in Focus: Chris Claremont’s X-Men.
Neil is represented at CAA by Jon Levin and is managed by Merrilee Heifetz.
Are there plans to make “Dream Dangerously” available as a download in the Sequart store? I found buying downloads from Sequart a very nice experience whereas Vimeo has its small quirks. For example one cannot order there via PayPal without credit card information. I also miss other Sequart movies in your store, for example the Image documentary…I assume this has contractual reasons (especially with the just-released DD) but still I wanted to inquire gently about the situation :-)
No plans to make it available for purchase as a Sequart download, FrF. Sorry!