Art Car: The Movie follows a high school teacher and her class as they prepare for the Houston Art Car Parade, the largest art car parade in the world. Through their story and those of others who transform their cars in truly outrageous ways, the film is an existential examination of America's quintessential form of outsider art, on the ultimate public canvas, and how it challenges the values of a consumer-driven America. Written by
del monte films LLC
Did You Know?
A scene with George Clinton and Rebecca Bass was cut from the movie but appears on the DVD as a deleted scene. See more
The thing about cars is they're really status. They're many, many, many things to us. More than any other symbol they're everything to us. They represent everything. I mean, freedom, sex, status... anything you can think of, a car is to us.
The closing credits are interrupted by the Henatron driving by two confused dogs. See more
Memories From Drenicia
Written & Performed by Hunter Perrin See more