Saturday, March 15, 2008

"Touching, hilarious & inventive!"

We had a screening of our new nonfiction musical film, The Seventh Python, Wednesday night at the Sunset Screening Room on the Sunset Strip so we could show it to its star, Neil Innes, folks who worked on the film and assorted friends and celebrities. Despite a few technical issues at the outset, everything went smoothly and people laughed and clapped!

And one of the media bigs who attended wrote up a very nice post about the evening and posted some cellphone photos for Fishbowl LA. Consider it our first review. We do:

"Touching, hilarious and inventive!"

Thanks, Fishbowl LA! Here's the story:

"At a discreet screening room on Sunset, a select group gathered to watch The Seventh Python, the new documentary from Frozen Pictures. The film, a portrait of rock legend Neil Innes, of Bonzo Dog Band and The Rutles fame, is the work of Burt Kearns, Brett Hudson, animator Bonnie Rose, editor Dan Brown, and producer Sean Connors. Crowd reaction was strongly approving of the film, which is touching, hilarious and inventive.

"Hanging out were Weird Al Yankovic, Emo Philips, Martin Lewis, Alison Holloway, TV producers Peter Brennan and Lisa Lew. Chelsea Lately writer Steve Rosenfield assured us that Chelsea Handler herself is really funny.

"We're so relieved.

"Innes, here with a fan, will be at the Monday screening of All You Need is Cash as part of the Mods and Rockers film fest of the American Cinematheque."

We have our own exclusive photo of the only food served at the event: cheese & onions.

(Our great friend, PR legend Jeff Abraham, came up with the cheese & onions idea).

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