”Invisible” has been selected out of 1000 entries to screen at the Big Sur International Film Series in the remote Californian wilderness of Big Sur. The enclave is renowned for its artistic and bohemian history with writers such as Henry Miller, Jack Kerouac and Hunter Thompson having variously lived or spent time there. Orson Welles and his first wife Rita Hayworth famously bought a cabin there on their first visit. The Big Sur Folk Festival also ran there during the sixties bringing with it the likes of Joan Baez and Joni Mitchell.
The Big Sur screenings will be held outdoors in a natural ampitheatre under the towering redwoods between June and August of this year.