The unauthorized ECW documentary has a name, screening date announced


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The unauthorized ECW documentary has a name, screening date announced
Feb 4, 2013 - 09:23 AM


Filmmakers John Philapavage and Kevin Kiernan sent the following press release to Prowrestling.net to announce the name of their new documentary.

Allentown, PA --Filmmakers John Philapavage and Kevin Kiernan announced the title of the "Unauthorized ECW Documentary", their independent documentary chronicling the nineties pro wrestling subculture phenomenon Extreme Championship Wrestling and the company’s unique players. The film will be officially called Barbed Wire City, a title the men had had in mind since they were nineteen.
 
"It feels good to get this out there to those that have funded the finishing of the film, but also those that have been following along via the news sites and social media outlets," Philapavage commented. "You’ve got a title and a date, and now I can get back to putting the final pieces together."
 
Also announced privately to the duo’s Kickstarter.com backers (the crowd funding site that helped fund the film’s completion through fan support) was a release date that doubles as the film’s big screen debut. On Saturday April 20th, 2013, the film Barbed Wire City will premiere in the Philadelphia, PA area. A venue will be announced in the coming weeks. Tickets to the premiere, pre-ordering of the DVD, t-shirts, posters, as well as updates and more information will be made available on the film’s official website, Barbedwirecity.com. The site, which had a soft launch today, will be fully operational within the next two weeks.
 
"Right now we just want to get the business decisions done so we can focus on the last few weeks of post-production, said Kiernan. No more talk about when. It’s happening. Now I’ll be over here editing background noises out if anyone needs me," he joked.

Follow the film on Barbedwirecity.com. Also, follow on Twitter via co-director John Philapavage Twitter.com/bwcfilm or on Facebook at Ffacebook.com/bwcfilmdocumentary.

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