‘Ink’ Sells Out In New York, Knoxville Want It Too


If you live in or near Knoxville and you want your chance to see the excellent independent sci-fi/fantasy film Ink then you might want to support JustUsLeeg in their push to have the film picked up by Regal Cinemas.

JustUsLeeg intend to approach the VP of Marketing at Regal in about a week’s time and are looking for the added support of 300+ people in the way of comments on their Help Bring ‘Ink’ To Knoxville blog post.

This is a movement where you really can make a difference in the quest to not only support quality independent film but where your actions may just lead to the opportunity to see one of 2009’s best films on the big screen.

Ink has yet to score a distributorship deal (you can read a little about that here) yet the film continues to sell out every time it screens.  The latest took place last week on July 9 where the film played to a packed theater in New York.

An independent film selling out theaters and receiving reviews as one of the best films of 2009 is still struggling to secure distributorship – what gives?  Ink has to be one of the lowest risk distributorship deals available in the film industry at the moment.  Surely there must be a potential distributor somewhere willing to put their hand up? Surely?

In the meantime, head on over and post your comment on the Help Bring ‘Ink’ To Knoxville post.

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3 Responses to “‘Ink’ Sells Out In New York, Knoxville Want It Too”

  1. Brian Ellis said:

    As one of the founding members of the JustUsLeeg, thank you very much for your support.

  2. Scotty said:

    Knoxville deserves a little INK.

  3. Darren said:

    Thanks and thankyou in return for supporting Ink.