MANOS - The Hands of Felt is a giddy puppet musical re-imagining of the cult classic MANOS: The Hands of Fate. The film's story of a family vacation gone horribly wrong combines with the backstage drama of a movie shoot gone horribly wrong to tell the bizarre tale of fertilizer salesman-turned-film director Harold P. Warren. With song and dance numbers. And puppets.

Since its 2011 debut, many people on the internet said they were interested in witnessing MANOS - The Hands of Felt for themselves. So we remounted the show for four Seattle performances in August 2013. To help it get to a wider audience, we launched a KickStarter Campaign to help us raise the money to film it.

768 Kickstarter Backers pledged just over $13,000 to make a DVD of Puppet MANOS possible. We shot live during the second weekend of the run, plus did a day of close-up shooting. The footage has been processed and the digital version and DVDs of the movie delivered to our backers.

The digital version and DVDs are now available to purchase. Visit the Shop page to check out your options. *MANOS - The Hands of Felt was filmed before a live studio audience.


TBone said...

Is it going to be possible to purchase a dvd even if we didn't manage to get in on the Kickstarter campaign?

Vox Fabuli said...

Yes! Getting the movie to the Kickstarter Backers is first priority, but after that it will be available to purchase. Hopefully in time for the holidays.

Anonymous said...

You guys beat me to the punch XD. I was trying to still ponder what the musical I was gonna be writing would be about. I wanted to make a b-movie satire musical. However, I searched it to see if it was a thing and sure enough, you guys popped up XD However, I do like the idea. It is like a horror genre Avenue Q.

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