New York Premiere of 'Injustice for All: Summary Misjudgment' Documentary
Carla B. Boone, CEO of Holla' back Records, premieres her long awaited documentary at the Producers Club in New York City.
'Injustice for All' is a five part documentary about five artists who were embroiled in copyright lawsuits with various parts of the entertainment industry during the past decade. This documentary takes a very compelling and honest look at each artist, told through the eyes of the artists themselves, and the impact the events had on their lives and careers.
The artists in the documentary are: Troy Walker, a cartoonist from San Francisco, California, who created a cartoon and character called 'Bob Spongee' which was the subject of a copyright case involving the cartoon and character 'SpongeBob SquarePants';
The film shines a spotlight on copyright law, the judicial system, and the lack of copyright protection for 'Independent Artists' and their work. This film also captures the passsion of these artists regarding their work as well as the heartbreak and dissappointment. http://www.youtube.com/
The documentary will be shown at The Producers Club (a small intimate theatre) located at; 358 West 44th St., New York, NY 10036 (at 9th Ave) 212-315-4743
For more information, contact Carla B. Boone at: Holla'back Records, Ent. & Mgt. P. O. Box 970, Tyrone GA, 30290, 678-634-2904, email@example.com.
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