What's the Deal With This Sherlock?
Produciones Traducidos, in association with Cantankerous Media and The Institute of Devolutionary Studies announces the release of the award-winning and critically acclaimed documentary feature film DEVOLUTION: NATURE’s U-TURN, directed by Hugo Camacho-Weisman.
The film premieres theatrically in 6 major U.S. cities on Friday July 31, 2007. Limited release includes New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Atlanta, and Kansas City. Wide release to follow Friday August 3, 2007. In the critically acclaimed documentary expose DEVOLUTION: NATURE’S U-TURN, leading experts from the field of devolution explore the science, psychology, and philosophical ramifications of Man’s rapid-rate undoing.
Director Hugo Camaco-Weisman stresses the importance of the film, saying “We now face a rapid expansion backwards. This affects us all. It is critical to the future of all humans that we spread the word.” Facing widespread opposition to the film from a multitude of sources, Robert Tibbons points out that “This movie speaks to something that gets to the very biological fabric of who we are. Devolution is going to happen, is happening now, and has happened. And the insane thing is that nobody knows about it.”
In the film, Dr. J. D. Cornelius, co-founder of the Institute of Devolutionary Studies, tells the audience what to look out for: “The formation of posterior tails. New hair spatter patterns. Eyeball enlargement. Hardening of the skeletal encasing. Marsupial palanthopy. Fallus engorgement for males and uterine marbelling for females. These are just some of the early signs of devolution.”
Refusing to bow to pressure from creationists, an exclusive interview with Barabus St. James, Professor of BioRhythmic Anthropology at the University of Honolulu says “If God didn’t want us to be talking about this, then He would have made devolution happen gradually. But it isn’t so. Devolution is happening a mile a minute.”
About the Director, HUGO CAMACHO-WEISMAN
Hugo Camacho-Weisman grew up on the streets of Havana, Cuba in the 1960s. His mother was nurse at the Castro Public Hospital, where his father Barry Weisman was a Visiting Professor of Hematology from Mt. Sinai, New York. Camacho-Weisman graduated from the University of Miami with a BA in Corporate Communication. He then attended the University of Chicago with a Master’s Degree in Cinema Studies. Camacho-Weisman was then an Associate Press correspondent in Northern Iceland, Egypt, Paraguay, and Madagascar before he quit to become a filmmaker. Camacho Weisman’s second film DOG: Eyes and Ears of a Four Legged Furry, is an animated documentary verite exploration of urban public transportation systems from the perspective of canines. “I wanted to tell the story of mass transit from the outside in, low to the ground” says Camacho-Weisman, “and that journey brought me to dogs. They have an honesty that humans cannot reach.” DOG won the 2004 Cannes Palme d’Or, and the Audience Award for Best Animated Documentary at the Albuquerque Animated Non-Fiction Film Festival in 2005. Camacho-Weisman lives in Boca Raton, Florida with his father.
Directed by Hugo Camacho-Weisman. Featuring Dr. D. Fields, Professor Thelonius Monk, Dr. J.D. Cornelius, James McDorminsoniminim, Ren Feldspa, and Barabus St. James. Executive Producer: Robert D. Tibbins. Produced by Anthony “Balls” Banadaccio. Director of Photography: Hajj Rajagopolakrishna-Weisman.
For more information: www.evolutiondevolution.com
Watch the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pFzd-en8Zc