A fly-on-the-wall film crew follow cult Comedy Rock Band 'Dead Cat Bounce' on a desperate quest across Europe to reunite lead singer Jim with his long-lost father, who he believes is the legendary rock singer and Whitesnake frontman David Coverdale. Crossing Ireland, England, Norway & Denmark the band follow the Whitesnake Forevermore tour through Europe. They've got no money and no idea what they're doing - just blind faith that one day soon Jim will be sharing a jacuzzi in a 5-star hotel with the Dad of his dreams... and hopefully some hot Asian chicks.

Written by Dead Cat Bounce. Directed by George Kane (Timewasters, Flack). Produced by James Dean and Chris Carey (This is Jinsy, Dirk Gently). 

An absolute hoot that deserves its imminent cult status.
— Donald Clark, The Irish Times

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Winner Best International Feature, Galway Film Fleadh, 2013.

Winner Golden Reel, Nevada Film Festival 2012.

Winner Best Director, Bootleg Film Festival, Edinburgh 2013.

Winner Audience Choice Award, Bootleg Film Festival, Edinburgh 2013.

Winner Best Narrative Feature, Friar's Club Comedy Film Festival, New York, 2013.

Winner Best of the Fest, LA Comedy Festival, 2013.

Winner Award for Excellence, International Festival for Comedy, Romance and Music Indonesia, 2013.

Winner Director of the Year, International Festival for Comedy, Romance and Music Indonesia, 2013.

Nominee Best Documentary, Bare Bones Film Festival Oklahoma, 2013.

Official Selection, Indie Spirit Festival, Colorado, 2013.

Official Selection, Sydney Underground Film Festival, 2013.

Official Selection, East End Film Festival, London, 2013.

Official Selection, Light House International Film Festival, New Jersey, 2013.

Official Selection, Bootleg Film Festival, New York, 2013.

Official Selection, S.N.O.B. Film Festival, Boston 2013.

Official Selection, Atlanta Underground Film Festival, 2013.

Official Selection, Chicago international Movies and Music Festival, 2013.

Official Selection, Faux Film Festival, Portland, 2013.


Discoverdale is now available on DVD and BluRay in Japan.

It's also available to buy and stream on iTunes, Amazon and a number of other VOD services in North America.