“Abraham Obama” Documentary Film Debuts in San Francisco
“Abraham Obama” is a humorous and provocative look at an unprecedented political art movement. A campaign to change the visual landscape of America yields a new President, and ushers in a new collective consciousness for America’s people. Ron English gathers a crew of professional pranksters and hits the road on a grass-roots campaign to make public art and promote Obama’s campaign for the Presidency.
“Abraham Obama” takes us on an unforgettable ride as the stories of Ron English unfold alongside musicians and artists such as Shepard Fairey, Jack Medicine, David Choe, Sam Flores, The Date Farmers, Will.I.Am, Morgan Spurlock, DJ Z-Trip and several others. Directed by Kevin Chapados, and Produced by Daniel Lahoda and Ron English.
The feature length documentary will make its debut at the Roxie Theater in San Francisco on Sunday, February 15th at 12:30pm, with a second showing on Wednesday, February 18th at 7:30pm.
With such an epic line-up of artists featured, and the subject matter being an art movement that has spawned from one of the most monumental election of our lives, makes it a film you certainly won’t want to miss.
Take a look at the trailer below.