April 22, 2004

Bringing "Justice" To NYC

yo, yo, yo, things to do in new york (when you're still very much alive): bojon aficionado, roberto hamilton, has produced a film called Justice that will be premiering in NYC on April 28 (with an after-party to follow) and running for a few weeks.

here's some more info on the flick...

    Dear Friends,

    Come support the limited theatrical release of our (Roberto Hamilton and writer/director Evan Oppenheimer) critically-acclaimed and award-winning feature film, Justice, premiering next Wednesday April 28 at the “Two Boots” Pioneer Theater (running until May 18, 2004), located at 155 East 3rd St. (at Avenue A).


    Justice, which has screened in competition in over 25 film festivals worldwide, including the 2003 TriBeCa Film Festival, is a “powerful and moving – but funny, too” story about the triumphant resilience of the human spirit in post 9-11 New York City.

    To check out the trailer, show times and much, much more, log onto www.justicethemovie.com.

    For those planning to come out opening night we are having an after-party at the Ruby Lounge (186 E. 2nd St. Bet Avenues A & B) from 9 pm – 2 am. So even if you catch the later show, we’ll still be there waiting for you after the final credits roll. To further spice up the night The Benjamin Gowb Quartet, a Brazilian Samba band, will be performing sets until 12:00 am.

    Please spread the word to your friends, family, and anyone else who will listen. We’ll take all the help we can get. ;-)

    Many Thanks,
    Roberto Hamilton
    Black Sand Pictures

pop in if you can and suppport our bojon brethern!!!


Posted by bojon at April 22, 2004 08:15 AM