The film, set for a public premiere March 28 before its April 4 opening, starts around 1955, when being spotted with a tattoo meant one of two things: “Were you in the Navy, or were you in jail?” jokes Don Ed Hardy, the literal don of California body culture. Although the documentary is titled Tattoo [...]
“The documentary “Tattoo Nation” deftly chronicles the journey of modern tattoo artistry in the United States as it moved from the margins to the mainstream. Director Eric Schwartz, aided by writer-producer John Corry, writer-editor Marco Jakubowicz and narrator Corey Miller (TLC’s “L.A. Ink”), has crafted a vivid portrait that should satisfy aficionados and intrigue the [...]
Academy Award- and Emmy-Nominated Director Leslie Iwerks, D&E Entertainment & Hearst Corporation Announce Citizen Hearst to Hit Movie Theaters Nationwide March 11
NEW YORK, NY and LOS ANGELES, CA–(Marketwire – Feb 6, 2013) – Leslie Iwerks Productions and Hearst Corporation, in conjunction with D&E Entertainment, announced today the nationwide theatrical release of Citizen Hearst beginning March 11 in multiple cities, including New York and Los Angeles. To kick off the national run, there will be a red carpet premiere at Hearst Castle on March 8 and the film will be feted as the closing night film of the San Luis Obispo International Film Festival on March 10.
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