Now available!

You asked for it, and here it is! More outlets coming soon.

If you would like to book a screening of Where’s The Fair? simply contact Buzz at R Squared Films for details.
Buzz Remede –

Where’s The Fair? is now available on Amazon, Best BuyBarnes and Noble, Hoopla, and Overdrive.
If you would rather have the film right now, you can purchase and watch it instantly right here!

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We haven’t forgotten about you!

We certainly haven’t forgotten about you. We have been diligently working on securing placement of the film with TV and DVD and hope to be able to announce release dates in the near future. It’s taking a little longer than expected, but we want to make sure #WheresTheFair is available to as many people as possible. Thank you for hanging with us.

In the mean time, this article was just released in the Washington Post.

Hillary Clinton and Boeing: A Beneficial Relationship

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New Poster Art


We have reimagined our artwork for Where’s The Fair? in order to better communicate our story through a single clear image. This new image is what will be use on DVD, Blu-Ray, and Video on Demand services such as Amazon and Hulu in the coming months.

Again, thank you for your support by following our progress on this journey to tell the story behind the United States’ pavilion at World Expos.


Brad Bear – Producer/Editor, “Where’s The Fair?”

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Film Threat Film Review

Film Threat Review of Where’s The Fair?

“…if you’re an American, or have any pride in the United States of America, this documentary will piss you off. Sure, it’d be easy to just arrogantly dismiss world fairs as being unnecessary and unimportant for the U.S., and besides, isn’t the internet good enough for connecting with global communities and cultures, but that’s missing the point. The fairs and expos are a global Show and Tell, where the countries bring their best and brightest to showcase everything that makes them unique in their technology, science, culture and art.”

Read the complete Film Threat review of Where’s The Fair? here.

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Doc takes Best Documentary at Two Fests

Where’s The Fair? was awarded BEST DOCUMENTARY at both the Minneapolis Underground Film Festival, and the West Virginia FILMmakers Festival in October.

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WTF? takes Best Documentary at Knoxville Film Fest

Knoxville Film Festival Awards

Pavilion Pictures’ documentary “Where’s The Fair?” was awarded 1st Place in the Documentary Features Category at the Knoxville Film Festival Sunday, September 22nd, 2013. The Judging panel for the Documentary Feature category represent industry veterans who’s credits include producing documentaries for HBO, IFC, and PBS. The film festival ran for 4 days screening 50 films with over 2 thousand filmmakers and film lovers in attendance at the Regal Downtown Cinemas Cineplex.

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PRESS: The Agenda, Toronto, ON


The Yukon Pavilion from Expo ’86 in Vancouver, Canada

Today, the Where’s The Fair? team received a link to a new article published on Canadian TVO The Agenda blog. The article covers the Toronto screening of Where’s The Fair? at the Toronto Independent Film Festival last Tuesday. Interestingly, the writer seems to have held similar beliefs about the fate World’s Fairs as most Americans before seeing the film. Moreover, Canada is fast tracking down the same path to withdraw from the B.I.E. the United States did in the early 2000’s.

You can read the article here: Inside The Agenda Blog with Colin Ellis


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Cincinnati Film Festival Sceening

Wheres The Fair? will be screening in the Queen City of Cincinnati today at 3pm. The screening room is located at the Duke Energy Center in downtown Cincinnati and parking is adjacent to the venue.
Tickets are only 10 dollars, and filmmakers Jeffrey Ford and Brad Bear will host a Q&A following the film.

Duke Energy Center
525 Elm St
Cincinnati, OH


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Today, Richard Bently of shared this breathtaking look at the greatest architectural relic of Expo ’58 – the Atomium.

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Why the new look?


Welcome to the all new

After our initial launch of in late April we quickly learned that we needed a more dynamic site. One that allows us to be more nimble and post on the go. As our festival season heats up, there are a lot of exciting events and news items surrounding the film that we will be sharing with you the very moment we can. Until then, look around and feel free to drop us a line.

All the thanks for the new site goes to the incredible coding and styling skills of Joshua David Ramsey. Thank you Josh, your work is greatly appreciated and has not gone unnoticed.

Best, Brad

PS. If you emailed us from the last version of the site, I apologize for not responding in a timely manner. We have improved and tested our new contact page so there won’t be any delay moving forward.

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