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Electronic Road Film

Electronic Road Film


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Harvey Hubbel in front of Mt. RushmoreIn 1989, Harvey Hubbell V loaded his nephew TJ, a camera, and a bunch of tape and batteries into a Volkswagen hatchback and drove a 13,000 mile loop around the country. This funny, poignant documentary travelogue shows what happens when you can shoot 24 hours a day for 60 days. Shot on a $15,000 budget at the height of the “culture wars,” it reveals the unique differences of a still unhomogenized citizenry, and concludes that “People who are different from us are not necessarily our enemies.” Electronic Road Film won an Emmy for Outstanding Entertainment Program and was nominated for Outstanding Writing. Telluride Indiefest Director Michael Carr calls it “The best ‘grassroots’ depiction of current American values.”


Electronic Road Film

National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Boston / New England
Emmy WINNER, Outstanding Entertainment Program

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Boston / New England

Emmy Nomination, Outstanding Individual Achievement in Program Writing

Philadelphia International Film Festival
Documentary WINNER

Philadelphia International Film Festival
8mm, Silver Cup

ITVA Vision Awards
Bronze Award, Documentary under 30K

WorldFest Houston
Finalist, Travelogue

Columbus Int'l Film & Video Festival
Science/Technology/Travel, Honorable Mention

WorldFest Charleston
Gold Award, Travelogue

Certificate of Merit, Travel and Transportation

Telluride Independent Film & Screenwriters Festival

New Haven Film Festival

Mew York Independent Film & Video Festival



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