• Brony Doc Heading to Kansas City Film Festival


    It looks like their dreams of hitting film festivals are finally about to happen! The Brony Doc is invading the upcoming Kansas City Film Festival on the 11th to the 13th of April.  On top of the actual showing, John de Lancie, Lauren Faust, and Micheal Brockhoff will all be in attendance for Q&A Panels.

    Head on down past the break for the full press release!


    We are extremely pleased to announce that the Bronies documentary will be featured at the Kansas City FilmFest on April 11 & 13. This is a monumental step forwards towards spreading the word about the film and what the Brony community is about.

    In addition to the screenings, there will be Q&A's with producers John de Lancie, Lauren Faust and Michael Brockhoff as well as VIP events.

    More information will be posted at: http://www.meetup.com/Midwest-Bronies/ and tickets will be available soon at http://drafthouse.com/kansas_city/mainstreet

    When we started this project, back in May of 2012, we designed the film with a vision in mind. While we could see the joy and love contained within the Brony fandom, some in this world could not. The documentary was a project designed to act as a safe, well meaning introduction to the fandom for those who had not yet heard of it, in order to show the world what this community could do, and give them an inside look at what goes on within. We feel the film accomplished this goal admirably, and our screening at the Kansas City FilmFest only reinforces that, and helps further these goals. We hope for many more opportunities like this in the future, so that we can help the public understand the fandom better.

    Bronies are amazing, and the world agrees. We are just helping to show them why. Thank you all for your incredible support. Without you, none of this would be possible.

    We look forward to meeting midwest Bronies and screening the film with a mixed Brony and general public crowd.

    Best,

    Mike & the Bronies Team

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