Thursday, January 28, 2010

'Twilight in Forks' DVD - Documentary on Forks, WA

In September, Summit had announced that they acquired the rights to distribute a documentary about the now famous town of Forks, WA called Twilight in Forks.New details have surfaced about the documentary which is set to be released on March 20th - the same day as the release of New Moon on DVD (well, for some of us anyway).

According to the new information made available, the documentary has a running time of about 84 minutes and is listed at $19.99. However, it is currently available for $17.99 at Amazon if you'd like to preorder.

The official description of Twilight in Forks :
The definitive DVD documenting the town of Forks made famous by the Twilight books and movies. This is a fan’s opportunity to see the town that Stephenie Meyer based her epic teen romance books on. Hear from the real people living their lives in the town fans know and love, including the Chief of Police, the Forks Outfitters’ employee who gets mistaken for Bella, and the vampire transplant who plays the real-life role of Alice. Visit Forks High School, hear self-described Jacob’s grandfather tell the legend of how the Quileutes descended from wolves, and see many more of the people and places that make Forks and La Push the perfect setting for The Twilight Saga.

Here is the trailer for the DVD that was made available last year:

And the most recent trailer released:

Will you buy Twilight in Forks ? Have you ever visited the town? Let us know about your experiences!

{via Examiner}


  1. would it also be available worldwide? we want it here in Asia, in Philippines to be particular.

  2. I live in Port Angeles and believe me It is nothing great at all... I cant believe they are actually going to make a documentary.

  3. I always say it's not interesting here in GA, but apparently there is. I think it's boring, but tourist seem to enjoy it:)

  4. David M. - MichiganJanuary 30, 2010 at 8:56 PM

    I would rather see the town in person myself, but I might atleast rent the documentary in the future if I can't go. I live on the east coast and have always wanted to travel to all the 50 states. So why not stop in Forks if I'm going to Washington anyway?