Mr Rudolpho's Jubilee

3pm, Sunday 18th March 2018

Mr Rudolpho's Jubilee
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Bright Blue Gorilla (Award Winning Filmmakers & Musicians from Los Angeles) are touring Australia for the very first time! Join them for a concert and movie screening, in their Sydney debut, at Humph Hall on Sunday March 18th.
 
Mr. Rudolpho’s Jubilee is a romantic musical comedy and was shot in Berlin & Italy. 300 artists from 36 countries put their talent into making this film. Bright Blue Gorilla plays the Greek Chorus, so there’s tons of music in the film. The film is in German, Italian & English (with English subtitles). Christiane Paul, who stars in the film, won an International Emmy.  
 
The sold-out world premiere was at Babylon in Berlin. Audiences are loving the film, see the IMDB reviews.
 
About Bright Blue Gorilla
 
After 6 feature films, a dozen CDs, and 28 years on the road, Bright Blue Gorilla has plenty of entertaining stories to share. Producer Robyn Rosenkrantz and Director Michael Glover have been charming audiences around the world since 1990 when they quit their L.A. jobs, sold everything they had (except their guitars) and bought one-way tickets to Europe. They’ve been traveling ever since and are still going strong!  Visit their web site.
 
At Humph Hall on the 18th the screening of 'Rudolpho's Jubilee' will be preceded by a concert by Bright Blue Gorilla and followed by a Q&A with the film's director and producer.

"It's a total delight, with an off-beat sensibility, appealing to an audience of all ages." - Oscar & Emmy Nominee Pauloa di Florio, Los Angeles.

" An audacious, original, and energetic convergence of music, romance, madcap comedy, and intrigue." - Max Alvarez, Film Historian & Critic, New York

"Best kissing scene since Lady and the Tramp." - Lucas Negroni, Freelance Journalist, Zeit Online, Germany

"Francesco Mazzini's quiet yet winning performance as Mr. Rudolpho . . . Christiane Paul is an utter joy as Anja." - Richard Propes, The Independent Critic

"Greek Chorus is hilarious . . . a recipe from Fellini, Mack Sennett & Woody Allen - areal treat!" - Mei Ling Moore, Former TV Executive, Los Angeles

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