Archive for January, 2008
Our client’s film “A GOOD DAY TO BE BLACK & SEXY” is screening at the SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL on the following days: Sat. January 19, 5:30pm, Prospector Square Theatre; Sun. January 20, 8:30am, Library Center Theatre; Sun. January 20, 4:30pm, Broadway Centre Cinemas VI; Fri. January 25, 5:30pm, Prospector Square Theatre; Sat. January 26, 9:00pm, Screening Room.
Read the Variety REVIEW.
PETER BRODERICK is a film and media consultant advising companies regarding sales and marketing. His BULLETIN (issue #5) analyzes a new distribution model utilized by the band Radiohead and how it can relate to film distribution.
You can also listen to a PODCAST interview with Eric Bassett, managing partner of Absurda (which handles all of DAVID LYNCH’S interactive properties), who managed the 2006/2007 alternative distribution release of David Lynch’s digital feature, INLAND EMPIRE. Eric discusses the alternative release strategy for the film.
Congratulations to our client, writer/director Alex Ferrari, for completing the animated short companion piece to his feature length script entitled “Red Princess Blues.”
The animated short is voiced by Paula Garces (Harold and Kumar 1 & 2, FX’s The Shield) and can be viewed HERE.
More information about “Red Princess Blues” is HERE.
More information about Alex’s company Numb Robot is HERE.
We previously reported that our client C.T.E. Productions, Inc. won its arbitration claim against Newmark/Echelon Entertainment Group, LLC (“Newmark”). Paul Battista confirmed the arbitration award with the Los Angeles County Superior Court and then filed a motion claiming that Mr. Eric Louzil should be named as “an additional judgment debtor” because he is the “alter ego” of Newmark.
On December 4, 2007, the Honorable Zaven V. Sinanian signed an order granting the motion to “pierce the corporate veil” of Newmark. Mr. Eric Louzil is now personally liable for the $51,674.50 judgment jointly with Newmark.
Read the Judgment and Motion:motion-judgment-debtor.pdf
We continue the process of securing the judgment.