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Brandon Harris' Feature Debut 'Redlegs' Is Now On DVD

Photo of Tambay A. Obenson By Tambay A. Obenson | Shadow and Act October 17, 2013 at 10:35AM

Brandon Harris' Feature Debut 'Redlegs' Is Now On DVD
Brandon Harris
Brandon Harris

Brandon Harris' Redlegs (his feature film debut), a Kickstarter-funded project featured right here last spring, is now available on home video (DVD), courtesy of FilmBuff.

Long-time readers of S&A will recall 2 of Brandon's short films which were highlighted on this site - his short erotic thriller Evangeleo. and Happiness is No Fun (a "black" spoof of Godard's Breathless).

His feature debut, Redlegs, as described, is "a comedic drama set amongst grieving twenty-something man-boys in the industrial Midwest who's black friend was recently murdered in a historically troubled part of Cincinnati, Ohio."

It's a film I've yet to see, so can't offer any useful commentary on it. I missed screenings of it here in NYC, but I do plan to check it out eventually, now that it's on DVD. And once I do, I'll share my thoughts here as usual.

Brandon is also a contributing editor to Filmmaker magazine, and other film-related ezines by the way.

Here's the trailer (poster underneath):

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