Bastards of the Party: The De-Evolution of Bangin

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Re: Bastards of the Party: The De-Evolution of Bangin

Unread post by AllhoodPublications » June 7th, 2008, 7:46 am

HBO lost big time on this project and said they don't plan on dealing with any other street level projects regarding L.A. gangs.... Bone consistently told them everything was signed off on, when in fact it wasn't.

HBO failed to make sure Bone had the rights to all the music, video, and pictures.

From my understanding, Bone is clear in all this, he got his money and its a done deal. But HBO knew they were going to get all sorts of lawsuits, this won't be the last. Klones family wasn't intrigued with some of his footage of the funeral either, Bone refused to reimburst them.. not sure if a lawyer took the case... i also told you guys many of my pictures were seen in that film as well...

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by AllhoodPublications on Thu Jan 31, 2008 11:30 pm

grundy wrote:
The documentary was alright I just wished he hadn't copied all his information from the City of Quartz by the white cat. Im suprised he hasn't been sued for copyright infringement.


I agree, I also wonder why under credits it says Kev-Mac and Baby S... hmmm.. was any of his material original besides Clones funeral???

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Re: Bastards of the Party: The De-Evolution of Bangin

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AllhoodPublications wrote:HBO lost big time on this project and said they don't plan on dealing with any other street level projects regarding L.A. gangs.... Bone consistently told them everything was signed off on, when in fact it wasn't.

HBO failed to make sure Bone had the rights to all the music, video, and pictures.

From my understanding, Bone is clear in all this, he got his money and its a done deal. But HBO knew they were going to get all sorts of lawsuits, this won't be the last. Klones family wasn't intrigued with some of his footage of the funeral either, Bone refused to reimburst them.. not sure if a lawyer took the case... i also told you guys many of my pictures were seen in that film as well...
which ones?

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Unread post by AllhoodPublications » June 7th, 2008, 12:13 pm

All the crips Pictures..

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Unread post by KINGFEAR62 » June 7th, 2008, 3:38 pm

Damn no wonder hbo hasn't had a new documentry in a while they used to give young movie makers chances that's how thug life in dc and banging in lil rock got made

So I guess bone fucked it up for all the young film makers

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Unread post by fitteddaboss » June 14th, 2008, 2:53 pm

im watchin this now...i saw it a few times already...very interesting...

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