JOSHUA TREE, 1951: A PORTRAIT OF JAMES DEAN
Iconoclastic's debut narrative feature, written and directed by Matthew Mishory, is a stunning and cinematic portrait of an outsider icon. Now available worldwide on digital and DVD following theatrical releases in the US, Germany, and UK, the film was an official selection of the Palm Springs, Rio de Janeiro, Ghent, Guadalajara, and Seattle International film festivals. Produced by Edward Singletary, Jr., Randall Walk, and Robert Zimmer, Jr. A France-US co-production, in association with MGDB Productions France.
"Magnificent!" -- Les Inrocks (France)
"A nuanced portrayal of an entire era." -- Artforum
"An evocative, nuanced, visually stunning black and white intimate portrait." -- Filmmaker Magazine
"Sensuous! A gorgeous, solemn portrait of a young man willing to compromise to meet his ambitions." -- Sight & Sound (UK)