. (Once you’ve gotten your fill of STARZ’s American Gods, watch the documentary on the man behind the hit show!)
Neil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously explores the life and times of legendary author Neil Gaiman. You’ll hear Neil’s story in his own words, as well as through interviews and interactions with friends and collaborators like George R.R. Martin, Bill Hader, Michael Sheen, Lenny Henry, Amanda Palmer, Jonathan Ross, Grant Morrison, Wil Wheaton, the late Sir Terry Pratchett, Karen Berger, Jill Thompson, Kirsten Vangsness, Lev Grossman, Stoya, 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.
Collider calls it “a documentary chock full of fascinating insight into the creation of some of the author’s timeless works… A-” and The Seattle Times calls it a “warmly revealing documentary.”
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 Cat Mihos, Morgan Peter Brown, and Sequart’s Mike Phillips & Julian Darius. It is executive produced by Geoff Notkin.
Other films by Sequart / Respect include She Makes Comics (coming to to cable VOD, iTunes, and Amazon VOD on July 11th), The Image Revolution (currently on Amazon VOD), Chris Claremont’s X-Men (coming to cable VOD, iTunes, and Amazon VOD in November), Grant Morrison: Talking with Gods, and Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts.
Neil is represented at CAA by Jon Levin and is managed by Merrilee Heifetz.