Quotes & International Press

a rousing piece of Americana…a minor masterpiece, revelatory, weird and somehow at bottom uplifting.                                                                                                                   Southern Oregon Mail Tribune

a visual feast of eye-popping autos, including a street-legal hamburger and a motorcycle that looks like a red stiletto, but the film is really not about the cars themselves. It is about the fascinating people behind the wheels, and the transformative process by which an ordinary car becomes an extraordinary statement of self.   Ashland Daily Tidings

a celebration of American ingenuity, creativity and — not to put too fine a point on it — eccentricity…
That is also what "Automorphosis" does — inspires viewers to find beauty in the intersection of the bizarre and the banal that is the essence of every Art Car.                                                                                                                               Tulsa World

Art Cars symbolize personal liberation in "Automorphosis."  Outwitting Madison Avenue, these free thinkers turn old cars into utterly unique emblems of identity.                                                                 St. Louis Dispatch

possibly the most loveable — which is not to say cutesy — documentary I have ever seen!        The Portland Sentinel

That's what I took away from this film, not the parade floats or advert cars, not vehicles that are truly obvious in hindsight, but the unique visions of dedicated individuals that are both outsider art and a much needed affirmation that originality isn't dead.                                                                                                        Apocalypse Later

Automorphosis is a brilliantly entertaining look at the world of art cars; and I'd be surprised if you didn't leave this doco feeling like it's time you did some work on your own motor.                           TVNZ Entertainment News

I can almost guarantee you that you will leave the theatre with a smile after this movie.  SBCC Film Reviews


International Press:

  1. Jan 24, 2011, The Unadulterated Joy of Wretched Excess by George Heymont in the Huffington Post
  2. July 30, 2010 Nat Geo Amazing! Segment on the ArtCar Fest broadcast at 7 pm EST on NGC-US
  3. June 14, 2010, Motorvision Network, GERMANY
  4. April 29, 2010, MSNBC "Folk Art on Four Wheels" by Harriet Baskas
  5. April 1, 2010, National Geograhic KIDS! Magazine feature article
  6. September 22, 2009 How Stuff Works.com "How Art Cars Work" by Kristen Hall-Geisler
  7. August 18, 2009 ABCNews.com "World's Craziest Cars"
  8. June 3, 2009 MSN Autos "Cars As Art" by Claire Martin
  9. February 28, 2010 Spoiler Alert Radio Program
  10. February 24, 2009 Spiegel Online "Motoren, Monster, Mutationen"