|Directed by||Amy Do|
|Produced by||Amy Do
Daniel D. Gregoire
|Written by||Amy Do|
|Music by||Eric Holland|
|Editing by||Dave Ciaccio
|Running time||85 min.|
Rabbit Fever is a 2009 feature-length documentary film directed by Amy Do, about the competition at the 2005 National Convention of the American Rabbit Breeders' Association (ARBA), the largest assemblage of rabbits in the world.
The film has found support from, among others, the Ignatz Award-winning artist Jeffrey Brown, who illustrated the movie poster. It was shown at the 8th San Francisco Documentary Film Festival in October 2009 as a work-in-progress. The final work will officially premiere in 2010.
Rabbit Fever was originally developed as a 20-minute project for Do's film class at the University of Southern California. Do was encouraged by her instructor, director Charles Braverman to expand it into a feature-length film.
Teens at the Rabbit Convention take part in the human pageant for the titles of "Rabbit Queen" and "Rabbit King". Rabbit Fever follows some of these contestants:
Others featured in the documentary include: