|Director Richard LeBlanc|
|Release date (TV) November 2008|
Cubers is a documentary directed by Richard LeBlanc and produced by Walter Forsyth. The documentary's production began in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, but visits Paris, Budapest, Orlando, Tel Aviv, Toulouse and more. It was released in North America on CBC The Lens, followed by Biography, Access, and three other major stations.
According to the official CUBERS website, the documentary is rated G. The documentary has already appeared in the Orlando Film Festival, Asheville Film Festival, and the Silver Wave Film Festival. The official television premiere was on November 25, 2008 on CBC's Newsworld.
Cubers performance at mph hq
The documentary follows speed cubers from all over the world who can solve the Rubik's Cube in less than 30 seconds through the obstacles of becoming crowned the World Rubik's Cube Champion.
CUBERS has been getting attention in the Maritimes, including Halifax where the documentary held its premiere on September 14, 2008. There are articles online about the film and all mostly interview the film's director, Richard LeBlanc. In mostly of the articles, it can be read that LeBlanc has not yet solved the Rubik's Cube, despite making an entire film on the subject. Leblanc hopes to solve the puzzle before the premiere.
After a successful premiere att the Atlantic Film Festival, CUBERS has gotten articles on Yahoo, Metro News, and mentions on Maritime radio.