January 1, 1970 - January 1, 1970
Join us for a special film screening of Chasin’ Butterflies: The Art of Being Butch Anthony, a SCAD Savannah Film Festival award-winning short for Best Short. Watch this heart-warming film in WMA’s Great Hall, and enjoy a cash bar with specialty cocktails and complimentary popcorn. Stick around to purchase your own copy of the Museum of Wonder Catalog to be signed by Butch himself.
No registration required. Questions? Call 334.794.3871 or email email@example.com
About the film: Butch Anthony is a lot like his art: eccentric, playful, authentic, charming, provocative, embellished, and layered. But, as a self-taught artist from a one-horse town in rural Alabama, he can’t be easily categorized any more than his art can. In this layered portrait, we meet the man behind the drive-thru museum, trophy-covered Cadillac, and pontoon pirate ship known as Llatikcuf (read it backwards). Get to know the Butch behind the Butch and see him for what he truly is: an original.
Directed by: Joshua Harding, Adam Hobbs, and Matt Klug
Editor: Blake Bogosian
Director of Photography: Joshua Harding and Adam Hobbs
Producer: Matt Klug
Music Composer: Derek Papa
Color: Chris Martin
Sound Design: Joel Raabe
Creative Consultant: Keith Greenstein
Special Thanks: Joey Della Russo and Jennifer Donaldson
“Let me ride in your big Cadillac”; Written and Performed by Blaze Foley; Courtesy of BMG Bumblebee and Texas Ghost.
“The World is Full of Many Places”; “Portrait of George Washington”; Written and Performed by Tom Brosseau