Source: Filmbuff

FUNNY BUNNY Will Be Released In Select NY Theaters on November 13th
Watch The Trailer Here
Gene (Kentucker Audley, QUEEN OF EARTH) spends his days canvassing about childhood obesity. One day he comes across Titty (Olly Alexander, ENTER THE VOID), an emotionally-arrested 19-year-old who has successfully sued his own father to win back a large inheritance, getting himself disowned in the process. Gene discovers that Titty has an ongoing online relationship with the beautiful but reclusive animal activist, Ginger (Joslyn Jensen, JACKRABBIT).  Gene convinces Titty to make a pilgrimage to meet Ginger for the first time, where the two men form a close bond despite both of them being drawn to the enigmatic Ginger, who is in need of rescue. 
Written in collaboration with FUNNY BUNNY leads Olly Alexander, Kentucker Audley, and Joslyn Jensen, Alison Bagnall’s FUNNY BUNNY is a serious comedy that explores the flexibility of human connection with a whimsical and endearing approach.

About Alison Bagnall: 
Alison burst onto the indie film scene with BUFFALO ‘66, which she co-wrote with Vincent Gallo. The film premiered in competition at Sundance and went on to an award-winning run at dozens of international festivals.  BUFFALO ’66 developed an avid cult following that has made a lasting impression on the landscape of independent film.   More recently, Bagnall directed THE DISH AND THE SPOON, which premiered at SXSW and was acquired for North American distribution by Screen Media. The film – a New York Times Critics Pick – stars a veritable roster of rising stars and indie veterans, including Greta Gerwig, Olly Alexander, and Amy Seimetz. Alison is currently developing a project for television called The Mendicants, a comedy that explores the subjects of wealth disparity and white racial blindness in America. She is also co-writing a screenplay for hire based on the life of anti-racism educator Jane Elliott, creator of the Blue Eyes Brown Eyes experiment.

Running Time: 86 minutes
Country: USA
Language: English

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