From what I've seen and heard about this intriguing, forthcoming film - titled Not Your Typical Bigfoot Movie - it's as much a story of human-interest as it is a quest to find Bigfoot.
As the synopsis for the story states at the film's official website, it's "...a look at the trials and triumphs of life in the Appalachian foot hills. Through the experiences of Dallas and Wayne, two amateur Bigfoot researchers in southern Ohio, we see how the power of a dream can bring two men together in friendship and provide hope and meaning that transcend the harsh realities of life in a dying steel town."
I'm guessing the film may split the Bigfoot-seeking community into two camps: those who think that on-screen Bigfoot-related profiles should be done in a more traditional fashion; and those who think that a change from the typical formula-driven shows that dominate our TV channels is a welcome breath of fresh air.
I'm in the second category.