Bright Blue Gorilla is all about taking chances. In 1990, Producer Robyn Rosenkrantz and Director Michael Glover quit their L.A. jobs, sold everything (except their guitars), and bought one-way tickets to Europe. After landing a deal with Virgin Records, they launched their own company, began making CDs and touring the world. After appearing in the Matthew Broderick/Alec Baldwin film The Last Shot, Glover and Rosenkrantz began writing, directing and producing their own features. Five feature films, eleven CDs and over 3,000 live performances to date, the happily married BBG is still going strong, charming audiences around the world with their music and movies!
Go with Le Flo is a family friendly, romantic comedy in German and French. It’s a charming story about finding true love and taking chances. Florian is half-German, half-French and owns ‘Le Flo’ – a French delicatessen in Berlin that specializes in salami. When he meets Camille, the daughter of a famous French director, it’s love at first sight. Florian wants to ask Camille to marry him, but there’s a problem. Meanwhile, Florian’s best friend Jenny, who’s German and owns a bakery just down the street, is in love with Florian but doesn’t know how to tell him.
Go with Le Flo explores what true love is, with plenty of twists and turns (some on a Vespa), and lots of salami! It was shot in Berlin by the award winning film team (and music group), Bright Blue Gorilla. BBG brought together a cast and crew from 20 different countries – an international labor of love. The cast is filled with fresh new faces from the legendary Bertolt Brecht Theater’s Berliner Ensemble. Berlin designers and businesses donated their original fashions and locations respectively for filming.
November 05, 2014: Clemson University, Clemson, SC
November 09, 2014: Winder Cultural Arts Center, Winder, GA
November 11, 2014: Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA
November 13, 2014: Wallace State Community College, Hanceville, AL