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Grant Morrison: Talking with Gods
Directed by Patrick Meaney
Produced by Julian Darius
F. J. DeSanto
Patrick Meaney
Mike Phillips
Jordan Rennert
Amber Yoder
Cinematography Jordan Rennert
Editing by Patrick Meaney
Studio Respect Films
Distributed by Halo-8 Entertainment
Release date(s) October 26, 2010 (2010-10-26)
Running time 80 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Grant Morrison: Talking with Gods is a feature length documentary that takes an in depth look at the life, career and mind of the Scottish comic book writer Grant Morrison. Talking with Gods features candid interviews with Morrison as well as many his most important collaborators including artists, editors and other industry professionals.

Among those interviewed are Executive Editor of DC Comics Dan Didio, and Karen Berger - Executive Editor of DC Comics' Vertigo. Artists interviewed in the film include Phil Jimenez, Jill Thompson, Cameron Stewart, Frazer Irving and many others. The film also features interviews with Morrison's collaborators Geoff Johns and Mark Waid, as well as counterculture personalities like Richard Metzger and Jason Louv.

Talking with Gods is a co-production of Respect Films and Sequart Research & Literacy Organization. Much of the film was shot at the 2009 San Diego Comic Convention, as well as at Morrison's home in Los Angeles. The film will be released in October, with a theatrical tour in the US, with a DVD release following on October 26th.[1]

The film will be followed by a similarly themed documentary on Warren Ellis titled Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts.[2]

News broke in July 2010 that indie film distributor Halo-8 Entertainment has picked up the film for a November 2010 release at New York Comic-Con, followed by a theatrical release run.[3]

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References

  1. ^ Thil, Scott (November 30, 2009). "Counterculture Comics Hero Grant Morrison Gets a Biopic". The Underwire. Wired.com. http://www.wired.com/underwire/2009/11/grant-morrison-biopic/. Retrieved December 18, 2009. 
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  3. ^ Arnold, C.F. (July 8, 2010). "Grant Morrison Film UPDATE". COMICS aRE deAd. comicsaredead.com. http://comicsaredead.yolasite.com/reviews-news/grant-morrison-movie-update/. Retrieved July 8, 2010. 

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