A Brony Tale is a 2014 Canadian-American narrative film coordinated by Brent Hodge. The film investigates the brony marvel, the grown-up fan base of the youngsters' vivified demonstrate My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic that emerged not long after its debut in 2010.
The film is organized around the trip of Ashleigh Ball, one of the primary voice performing artists for the show, including her beginning responses to learning of this more established fanbase, and her go as a Guest of Honor to one of the first fan traditions BronyCon held in New York City in 2012. Hodge, a nearby companion of and past coconspirator with Ball, was interested as she was as to this sensation and selected to film her travel and appearance at the tradition for the narrative.
Hodge's film increased enthusiasm of film maker and distributer Morgan Spurlock who served to advance more extensive dispersion of the narrative. At first slated to be demonstrated for Vancouver-region film celebrations, the film was highlighted at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City, and got basic recognition.
The film got a more extensive theater discharge beginning in July 2014, and is at present accessible on DVD, Blu-beam, Digital Download and On Demand. The film's Blu-beam was sold shockingly at the 2014 New York Comic Con. Beginning November 30, the film will screen in 290 theaters crosswise over Mexico.
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