- 90 min
- Directed by: Morgan Matthews
Bizarre documentary about a filmmaker who hooks up with various Bigfoot trackers in the US.
This film is not currently showing in cinemas.
A weird cultural phenomenon and a Blair Witch-style trek through the woods.
An intrepid young filmmaker travels from Britain deep into the American heartland to probe the mysteries of Bigfoot and Bigfoot mania. He forms uneasy alliances with several Bigfoot trackers, including a man who believes he is part sheep, a known hoaxer, and an entrepreneur with a short fuse. Things get hairy as the filmmaker realises that his companions may not be the harmless eccentrics they seem.
Text supplied by third party.
Reviews & features
Shooting Bigfoot18 Jun 2013
Quirky Sasquatch documentary about the men who hunt the legendary beast
We have consigned notions of dragons, minotaurs and giants to the status of fables but there are some monster myths that persist even in the modern world. The Yeti, the Chupacabra and Scotland's own Loch Ness Monster live on in the popular imagination…
Edinburgh International Film Festival 2013: the best documentaries17 Jun 2013
Dummy Jim, Lunarcy and Shooting Bigfoot among the 10 finest real-life stories at EIFF 2013
Dummy Jim Not an out and out documentary this one, as there's some fictitious/dramatised elements mixed in (a theme that crops up elsewhere in the programme), but filmmaker Matt Hulse was inspired by a true story: that of James Duthie, a deaf-mute…
Tell us more about this listing.