Art/Crime gets Expanded Distribution

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artcrimesThese days special effects can be so real they are hard to distinguish from the reality. For some people its difficult to separate fact from fiction.

This is something Rémy Couture experienced personally when Interpol (Germany) started to suspect he committed the crimes he was depicting in his work. When they found this was not the case, rather then dropping the case the Canadian police charged him with Moral Corruption through propagation of obscene material. The documentary film Art/Crime seeks to make the case known more broadly and to investigate ideas of art, obscenity, and creative freedom. Probably this is one of the most important documentaries in film history you will ever see. And we are proud to support this movie and distribute this unique part of film history all over the world. To our opinion freedom of creativity must be protected always.

The movie was directed by Frédérick Maheux, artist from the experimental scene. It was produced over a few months, without any public or private funding, for the purpose of collecting a variety of points of view on the questions arising from L’affaire Rémy Couture.

Now for the first time Art/Crime is available outside Canada. Black Lava Entertainment (Austria, Germany & ( Netherlands ) and Zeno Pictures ( Belgium ) are the first online shops to spread this DVD.

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