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We Are Wizards (2008)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 14 November 2008 (USA)
This documentary looks at Harry Potter fans and the musical acts inspired by the novels.

Director:

Josh Koury

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Melissa Anelli Melissa Anelli ... Herself
Paul DeGeorge Paul DeGeorge ... Himself
Joe DeGeorge Joe DeGeorge ... Himself
Henry Jenkins Henry Jenkins ... Himself (as Dr. Henry Jenkins)
Heather Lawver Heather Lawver ... Herself
Matt Maggiacomo Matt Maggiacomo ... Himself
Caryl Matrisciana Caryl Matrisciana ... Herself
Bradley Mehlenbacher Bradley Mehlenbacher ... Himself
Brad Neely ... Himself
Tina Olson Wilkins Tina Olson Wilkins ... Herself (as Tina Olsen)
Brian Ross Brian Ross ... Himself
Shoshana Rudski Shoshana Rudski ... Herself
Dylan Walsh ... Himself
Mike Walsh Mike Walsh ... Himself
Spencer Walsh Spencer Walsh ... Himself
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This documentary looks at Harry Potter fans and the musical acts inspired by the novels.

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Documentary

Certificate:

Not Rated

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 November 2008 (USA) See more »

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Color
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Soundtracks

I am a Dragon and I Don't Care
Written and Performed by Darious and Holden Wilkins
Courtesy of The Hungarian Horntails
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A funny and charming documentary
20 July 2009 | by SoniatimmonsSee all my reviews

This was probably one of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time. It's funny, entertaining and surprisingly informative. The film delves into many fascinating subjects such as "Wizard Rock" and a hilarious alternate soundtrack called "wizard people" by animator Brad Neely. I was very surprised to see so much about copyright and creative control in the film as well - it was both informative and eye opening at the same time.

The film does have some strong language, so watch it before you rush to show your younger children. However, this film is as much about inspiring creativity than it is about Harry Potter as an icon. It makes my want to go start my own rock band, or make my own alternative MST3k style soundtrack. It celebrates creativity and is an incredibly fun watch. I highly recommend it!


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