Well here you go folks. I decided to make an .mp4 version of our film here. The producers never fulfilled their promise to promote nor did they fulfill the DVD and Blue Ray sales. They were an undisciplined and mostly inexperienced group of profiteers > it seemed to just vanish after its small theatrical release. I don't think we can be sued for making this available by the venerable distribution company, New Yorker Films which just went broke; their second time. We certainly didn't see any residuals or sales money... so like most of our films.. we end up giving them away. PS: Paul and I are incredibly incapable of promoting our work. We always move on to the next delightful challenge. As the late NormanTwain, Tulip's producer, always loved to say : "ONWARD!"
TA DA .. enjoy. It was a pleasurable film to create because Ackerley's book, My Dog Tulip, is one of the most delightful reads there is. The late Roger Ebert thought so too, calling our film "The Best Animated Feature Film of 2010" and featuring it that year in his exclusive Film Festival in Champagne, Illinois.