Seth’s Dominion, the 2014 documentary by Luc Chamberland about Canadian cartoonist Seth and his imaginary town, Dominion, will be released by Drawn & Quarterly later this year as a dvd-in-a-book, lavishly designed by Seth himself. Judging from the cover (which is more stylised than we are used to, but still signature Seth) it will be a swell affair, tying together the books that Seth set in Dominion (Wimbledon Green, George Sprott and The G.N.B. Double C).
The film was produced by the Canadian National Film Board, and more information (including trailers and clips) is available on the NFB website. I’m particularly keen to see the animated sequences, in which Seth’s city scapes come to life, as well as the coverage of the real-life model that he constructed out of cardboard.