Jeremy Lamberton directed the film and also produced with “The Apparition” filmmaker Todd Lincoln
Cinedigm is well known for distributing documentaries such as “Super Size Me,” “The Invisible War” and “GasLand.”
“Biker Fox” is a unique, provocative documentary that chronicles the adventures of underdog Frank P. DeLarzelere III, aka Biker Fox — Tulsa, Oklahoma's misunderstood motivational bicyclist, nature conservationist and muscle car guru.
Part-documentary and part-self-help testimonial, the film navigates the uneasy relationships DeLarzelere has with both the city of Tulsa and himself, as his Biker Fox character's intentions of spirited goodwill sometimes neglect certain boundaries.
Lamberton makes his feature directorial debut with “Biker Fox,” which he also produced with Todd Lincoln, writer/director of WB's horror movie “The Apparition,” which starred Ashley Greene and Sebastian Stan. Together, Lincoln and Lamberton co-founded and co-directed the Tulsa Overground Film Festival.
“Biker Fox” premieres on VOD Wednesday via all major digital outlets including iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Vudu, Google Play, YouTube and Xbox. The Biker Fox character previously appeared as a guest on MTV's popular show “Ridiculousness.”
Lincoln is repped by CAA.