ENTER THE CLONES OF BRUCE TO OPEN THEATRICALLY IN 21 MARKETS FEATURING PERSONAL APPEARANCES BY LEGENDARY CLONE BRUCE LE

Severin & Alamo Drafthouse Present David Gregory’s Award-Winning Documentary
+ Bruce Le Q&A In Los Angeles, San Francisco, Austin & NYC Beginning 4/12;
ENTER THE CLONES OF BRUCE Available on Digital Platforms on 4/30 & Blu-ray on 5/21
 
Severin Films and Alamo Drafthouse today announced the 21-market theatrical engagement of the award-winning documentary ENTER THE CLONES OF BRUCE beginning April 12th at Alamo Drafthouse in Los Angeles. In addition – and direct from Hong Kong – legendary Bruce clone Bruce Le will make rare personal appearances at screenings in LA (4/12-14), San Francisco (4/16), Austin (4/18) and New York City (4/20-21), which will also feature screenings of Le/Bruceploitation classics that include THE DRAGON LIVES AGAIN, ENTER THE GAME OF DEATH, NINJA STRIKES BACK and THE CHALLENGE OF THE TIGER.
 
On May 21st, Bruceploitation is globally unleashed with the Blu-ray releases of ENTER THE CLONES OF BRUCE, along with Severin’s unprecedented THE GAME OF CLONES: BRUCEPLOITATION COLLECTION VOLUME 1, a 7-disc collection presenting 12 of the very best – and frequently very bizarre – films starring Bruce Li, Bruce Le, Dragon Lee, Bruce Liang and more, all restored for the first time ever from original elements. GAME OF CLONES also includes ENTER THE CLONES OF BRUCE, along with hours of specially produced extras and featurettes. 
                                                                                            
ENTER THE CLONES OF BRUCE:
  

Within hours of his 1974 funeral, Hong Kong movie studios began to produce hundreds of unauthorized biopics, spin-offs and rip-offs starring a competing roster of Bruce Lee lookalikes. Over the next decade, ‘Bruceploitation’ would become a staple of global cinema. Director David Gregory – whose award-winning documentaries include LOST SOUL: THE DOOMED JOURNEY OF RICHARD STANLEY’S ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU and BLOOD & FLESH: THE REEL LIFE & GHASTLY DEATH OF AL ADAMSON – now examines this fascinating phenomenon via interviews with Bruce Li, Bruce Le, Bruce Liang and Dragon Lee; martial arts legends like Angela Mao, David Chiang, Phillip Ko and Sammo Hung; and the producers, directors, distributors and experts – along with copious clips from the films themselves – that for the first time reveal the history, controversy and legacy behind one of the most bizarre genres in movie history.
 
THEATRICAL DATES:

4/10 - PhilaMOCA (Philadelphia, PA) + THE DRAGON LIVES AGAIN 
4/12 - Stray Cat Film Center (Kansas City, MO) 
*4/12 - 4/14 - Alamo Drafthouse DTLA + ENTER THE GAME OF DEATH (4/12),  THE CHALLENGE OF THE TIGER (4/13), NINJA STRIKES BACK (4/14)
week of 4/12 - Mayfair Theatre
4/15 - FANTASPOA FF 
4/16 - Hollywood Theatre (Portland) 
*4/16 - Alamo Drafthouse New Mission (San Francisco) 
4/18 - Roxy 14 (Santa Rosa, CA) + THE DRAGON LIVES AGAIN
*4/18 - Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar (Austin) + CHALLENGE OF THE TIGER 
4/19 - 4/21 - Gateway Film Center (Columbus, OH)
*4/20 - 4/21 - Alamo Drafthouse L Manhattan + Staten Island (NYC) 
4/23 - Texas Theater (Dallas, TX) + THE DRAGON LIVES AGAIN
4/26 - Jengo’s Playhouse (Wilmington, NC) 
4/26 - Alamo Drafthouse DTLA (Los Angeles) 
4/27 - Alamo Drafthouse Wrigleyville (Chicago, IL) 
week of 4/26 - Grand Illusion (Seattle, WA) + DRAGON LIVES AGAIN + CLONES OF BRUCE LEE TWO ON THE ROAD
week of 4/26 - Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar (Austin, TX) 
week of 4/26 - Alamo Drafthouse Seaport (Boston, MA)
week of 4/26 - Alamo Drafthouse Sloans Lake (Denver, CO) 
week of 4/26 - Alamo Drafthouse Lower Manhattan (NYC) 
week of 4/26 - Alamo Drafthouse Raleigh (Raleigh, NC)
week of 4/26 - Alamo Drafthouse La Vista (Omaha, NE)
4/29 - Popcorn Reef (San Diego, CA) + THE DRAGON LIVES AGAIN 
5/3 - 5/5 - Winnipeg Film Group (Winnipeg, MB) + THE DRAGON LIVES AGAIN 
week of 5/3 - Alamo Drafthouse Montecillo (El Paso, TX)
week of 5/3 - Alamo Drafthouse LaCenterra (Houston, TX)
week of 5/3 - Alamo Drafthouse Lubbock (Lubbock, TX) 

5/31 - Hot Docs (Toronto, ON) 

*Live Q&A after the screening with Bruce Le, Director David Gregory, and Producers Michael Worth, Frank Djeng, and Vivian Wong.