See Rhino’s photos at Broken Heart Tattoo Shop in San Diego, CA. The party, sponsored by Independent Truck Co., will feature DJ Horsepussy spinning records and libations will be provided by Pabst Blue Ribbon.

FEBRUARY 17, 2012

1833 5TH AVE.



The Danny Way Documentary “Waiting for Lightning” documentary has been accepted into the 2012 South by Southwest Film Festival. SXSW will take place in Austin, TX from March 9-18. Get your tickets if you haven’t already, it’s a show that never disappoints.


Head out to the Artery Gallery at the Lab in Costa Mesa, CA. Sponsored by The Artery and Vans, it should be a good night of great photos from all over the world taken by Neal Hendrix.

When: February 10, 2012 7-11 PM

Address: 2930 Bristol Street, Costa Mesa, CA

“I AM BRUCE LEE” documentary world premiere

BRUCE LEE fans:  Little Dragon is back on the big screen!  The first documentary with the full participation of Lee’s family!

Premiere Screening Event for Documentary Film
Feb 9th and 15th in 170 Theaters in 60+ Cities Nationwide
Bruce Lee returns to the big screen in the Year of the Dragon!

(Los Angeles, CA)  January 2012 –On Thursday, February 9th and Wednesday, February 15th the new feature length documentary film, I Am Bruce Lee, will be released exclusively in 170 theaters in 60+ cities across the U.S.

Bruce Lee was born in the Year of the Dragon, his stage name was “Little Dragon”, and his most famous film was “Enter the Dragon”, so it’s only appropriate that his return to the big screen debuts as Chinese New Year begins – 2012 is The Year of the Dragon.

I Am Bruce Lee tells the amazing story of one of the most iconic human beings ever to enter the public consciousness. Voted as one of the most important people of the 20th century in Time Magazine’s Time 100, as well as one of the Greatest Pop Culture Icons by People Magazine, Bruce Lee continues to be honored and remembered for his enduring legacy.

The documentary is produced by award-winning studio Network Entertainment, the producers of 2010’s Academy Award shortlisted documentary Facing Ali, and directed by acclaimed filmmaker Pete McCormack.

I Am Bruce Lee is the first documentary to truly tell Bruce Lee’s story in his own words and actions, as well as through the eyes of a diverse cast of international stars from the worlds of film, television, music and sports.

The film’s original interviews feature a broad spectrum of worldwide stars, including UFC President Dana White who calls Lee the “Father of Mixed Martial Arts,” NBA superstar Kobe Bryant, boxing champions Manny Pacquiao and Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini, UFC stars Jon Jones, Cung Le, Stephan Bonnar and Gina Carano, actor and star of the hit show ‘Modern Family’ Ed O’Neill, Academy Award Nominated actor Mickey Rourke, the Black Eye Peas’ Taboo, Bruce Lee’s daughter Shannon Lee and his wife Linda Lee Cadwell, among many others.

I Am Bruce Lee presents a rich cinematic view of the life of Bruce Lee, and features the best of Bruce Lee’s groundbreaking martial arts action films, punctuated with an evocative score and rarely seen archival footage. Working with Bruce’s daughter Shannon Lee, the film features previously unseen home movies and interviews, classic photos and dynamic visuals and graphics. “My family and I are so proud of this film, which truly portrays the legacy of my father and his incredible story,” says executive producer Shannon Lee.

“Our goal was to bring Bruce Lee and his dynamic personality to life in a way never experienced before, and we were able to achieve this with amazing content and our dynamic cast. You will laugh, you will cry, and you will walk out of the theater inspired by the spirit of the remarkable Bruce Lee,” commented producer Derik Murray.

To support the screening events, there will be a robust on-line campaign with multiple opportunities to connect via Facebook, Twitter and other online platforms.

The documentary is being distributed for the screening events by D&E Entertainment, a company specializing in alternative theatrical programming.  *Cities and theaters listed below.

About Network Entertainment
Network Entertainment Inc., founded in 1999 and headquartered in Vancouver, BC, is an established television and film production company with an award-winning international reputation.  The company was recently shortlisted in 2010 for an Academy Award for Best Feature Documentary for Facing Ali, a theatrical documentary, television special and collector’s DVD with Lionsgate Entertainment as theatrical distributor and Spike TV premiering the worldwide broadcast. Network’s programming has been showcased at marquee film festivals and by broadcasters throughout North America including ABC, ESPN, ESPN Classic, CBC, CTV, Global Television, Headline Sports, The Biography Channel, The History Channel, OLN, Spike, TSN and Versus.

About Pete McCormack
Pete McCormack is an award-winning filmmaker, novelist, screenwriter, musician and producer.  McCormack’s most recent directing project is Facing Ali. The film tells the story of the inimitable Muhammad Ali and the story of ten legendary champions who fought him—in their own words.  Other film projects include:  Uganda Rising, about the plight of the Acholi people in Northern Uganda which is narrated by Academy Award winner Kevin Spacey, the 25 minute short film Hope In The Time of AIDS (2007), about the devastation of HIV and AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa, and the independent feature film See Grace Fly in 2003, about a woman’s battle with schizophrenia.  McCormack’s two novels, Shelby  (1995) and Understanding Ken (1998), both received critical acclaim, in particular Understanding Ken, which was short-listed for the Stephen Leacock Award.

About Bruce Lee Enterprises
Bruce Lee Enterprises (“BLE”), operated and owned by Bruce Lee’s daughter, Shannon Lee, is the exclusive owner of all commercial merchandising and allied rights relating to the use of Bruce Lee’s name, image, likeness, persona, signature, voice, attributes, marks, logos, symbols, works, photographs and writings, and holds copyrights and trademark rights in and to the name and image of Bruce Lee throughout the world. The mission of BLE is to participate in opportunities that are in alignment with the legacy of the icon, Bruce Lee. Bruce Lee’s legacy of action, power, speed, dynamism, philosophy, self-discovery, and mastery provide the guide post for BLE’s achievements and success. BLE and LeeWay Media Group, Shannon Lee’s production arm, believe the legacy of Bruce Lee has found a great partner in Network Entertainment and is excited and proud to be part of I Am Bruce Lee! For more information about Bruce Lee, go to and

About D&E Entertainment
Based in Hollywood, D&E Entertainment digitally distributes independent films, documentaries and alternative content such as filmed music events to movie theaters across the globe. Formed in 2005 by entertainment executives and digital cinema pioneers Doug Kluthe and Evan Saxon, D&E offers innovative theatrical programming via a worldwide marketing and distribution network.

Network Entertainment Presents I Am Bruce Lee. Produced by Derik Murray, Executive Produced by Paul Gertz and Shannon Lee, Directed by Pete McCormack. Run Time: 94 minutes, Genre: Documentary,  Rating: This film is not rated.
Cities and Ticket info

U.S. Cities and Theaters listed below

Birmingham AL
Rave Lee Branch 15 & IMAX
Huntsville AL
Rave Lee Bend 18
Montgomery, AL
Rave Festival Plaza 16
Little Rock AR
Rave Colonel Glen 18
Phoenix (Surprise) AZ
Surprise Pointe 14
Phoenix (Glendale) AZ
Park West 14
Phoenix AZ
AMC Westgate 20
Phoenix AZ
AMC Desert Ridge 18
Scottsdale AZ
Ultraluxe Scottsdale Pavilion
Scottsdale AZ
Santan Village 16
Tempe AZ
Arisona Mills 25 w/IMAX
Tucson AZ
Tucson Spectrum 18
Yuma AZ
Yuma Palms 14
Los Angeles (Buena Park) CA
Buena Park Metroplex 18
Los Angeles (Chino Hills) CA
Chino Hills 18
Los Angeles (Downey) CA
Downey Cinema 10
Los Angeles (Monrovia) CA
Monrovia Cinema 12
Los Angeles (Pico Rivera) CA
Pico Rivera Village Walk 15
Los Angeles (Brentwood) CA
Rave Brentwood 14
Los Angeles (Hollywood) CA
Arclight Hollywood
Los Angeles (Pasadena) CA
Arclight Pasadena
Los Angeles (El Segundo) CA
Arclight El Segundo
Los Angeles (Sherman Oaks) CA
Arclight Sherman Oaks
Los Angeles (LA) CA
Rave 18 & IMAX
Los Angeles (Baldwin Hills) CA
Rave Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza 15
Orange Co (Anaheim) CA
Anaheim Garden Walk
Orange Co (Buena Park) CA
Buena Park Metroplex 18
Orange Co (Vista) CA
Vista Metroplex 15
Orange Co (San Clemente ) CA
San Clemente Cinema 6
Palm Springs (Cathedral City) CA
Cinemas Mary Pickford
Riverside, CA
Redlands Cinema 14
Riverside, CA
AMC Ontario 30
Riverside (Moreno Valley) CA
Moreno Valley 16
San Diego (Oceanside) CA
Mission Marketplace 13
San Diego (Poway) CA
Poway Creekside Plaza 10
San Diego, CA
Mission Valley Cinemas
San Bernardino CA
Ultra Star Tower 10
San Bernardino CA
Apple Valley 14
San Francisco CA
4 Star Theater
San Francisco CA
AMC Lowes Metreon 16
Denver CO
AMC Highlands Ranch 24
Denver CO
Northfield 18
Danbury CT
AM Danbury 16
Hartford CT
AMC Plainville 20
Hartford CT
Bow Tie Palace 17
Hartford CT
Digiplex Bloomfield Theater
Manchester CT
Rave Buckland Hills 18 & IMAX
Milford CT
Rave Post 14 & IMAX
New Haven CT
Rave North Haven 12
New Haven CT
Bow Tie Criterion
Norwalk CT
Bow Tie Regent 8
Stamford, CT
Bow Tie Majestic 6
Jacksonville, FL
AMC Regency 24
Pensacola FL
Rave Pensacola Bayou 15
Port St. Lucie FL
Rave St. Lucie West 14
Tampa FL
AMC Veterans 24
Atlanta (Alpharetta) GA
Studio Movie Grill Holcombe Bridge
Atlanta (Morrow) GA
AMC Southlake Pavillion 24
Lawrenceville GA
AMC Discover Mills 18
Davenport IA
Rave Davenport 53 & IMAX
Bloomington IL
Bloomington Galaxy 14 Cine
Chicago IL
AMC River East 21
Chicago (Addison) IL
Marcus Addison Cinemas
Chicago (Orland Park) IL
Marcus Orland Park
Normal IL
Normal Theater
Peoria, IL
Rave Grand Prairie 18
Ft. Wayne IN
Rave Jefferson Point 18
Indianapolis, IN
Rave Metropolis 18
Indianapolis IN
AMC Castleton Square 14
Indianapolis IN
AMC Showplace 17
Kansas City, KS
AMC Town Center 20
Louisville KY
Rave Jefferson Point 18
Louisville KY
Rave Preston Crossings 16
Baton Rouge LA
Rave Mall of Louisiana 15
New Orleans LA
AMC Elmwood Palace 20
Boston (Arlington) MA
The Regent Theatre
Boston MA
AMC Boston Common 19
Springfield MA
Rave West Springfield 15
Annapolis MD
Bow Tie Harbour 9
Baltimore MD
AMC Owings Mills 17
Ann Arbor MI
Rave Ann Arbor 20 +IMAX
Grand Rapids MI
AMC Star Grand Rapids 18
Grand Rapids (Grandville) MI
Celebration! Cinema Rivertown
Kalamazoo MI
Rave Cityplace 14
Lansing MI
Celebration! Cinema Lansing & IMAX
Minneapolis MN
AMC Southdale 16
Minneapolis MN
AMC Rosedale 14
Minneapolis (Oakdale) MN
Marcus Oakdale Cinema
St. Cloud (Waite Park) MN
Marcus Parkwood
Springfield MO
Campbell 16 Cine
Cape Girardeau MO
Cape West 14 Cine
Charlotte NC
AMC Carolina Pavillon 22
Omaha NE
Rave Westroads 14
Omaha NE
Marcus Village Point Cinema
Omaha (Bellevue) NE
Marcus Twin Creek Cinema
Lincoln NE
Marcus Lincoln Grand Cinema
Fargo ND
Marcus West Acres Cinema
Cherry Hill NJ
AMC Cherry Hill
Eatontown NJ
AMC Monmouth Mall 15
Elizabeth NJ
AMC Jersey Gardens 20
New Brunswick NJ
AMC New Brunswick
Rockaway NJ
AMC Rockaway 16
Westfield NJ
Digiplex Rialto Theater
Vorhees NJ
Rave Ritz Center
Las Vegas NV
Rave Town Square 8
Albany NY
Spectrum 8 Theaters
Long Island (Garden City) NY
AMC Roosevelt Field 8
Long Island (Stony Brook) NY
AMC Stony Brook 17
New York City NY
AMC Empire 25
Schenectady NY
Bow Tie Cinemas
Cincinnati OH
Rave Milford 16
Cincinnati OH
Rave West Chester 18
Columbus OH
AMC Lennox Town Center 24
Columbus OH
Rave Grove City 14
Dayton OH
Rave Huber Heights 16
Dayton OH
Rave Dayton South 16
Toledo OH
Rave Franklin Park 16
Oklahoma City OK
Bricktown 16
Portland OR
Clinton Street Theater
Bensalem PA (Bucks County)
AMC Neshaminy 24 & IMAX
Philadelphia PA
Rave University City 6
Pittsburgh PA
Rave Pittsburgh North
Pittsburgh PA
Southside Works Cinema
Chatanooga TN
Rave Eastridge 18 & IMAX
Arlington TX
Studio Movie Grill Arlington
Arlington TX
Rave Northeast Mall 18
Dallas TX
Studio Movie Grill Dallas/Royal
Dallas TX
Studio Movie Grill Lewisville
Dallas TX
Studio Movie Grill Plano
Dallas – Ft. Worth TX
Rave Ridgmar 13
Dallas (Hickory Creek) TX
Rave Hickory Creek 16
Houston TX
Studio Movie Grill City Center
Houston TX
Studio Movie Grill Copperfield
Las Cruces NM (near El Paso TX)
Cineport 10
Lehi UT
Megaplex 8 @Thanksgiving Point
Ogden UT
Megaplex13 at The Junction
Salt Lake City UT
Megaplex 12 at The Gateway
Salt Lake City (Sandy) UT
Magaplex 12 at Jordon Commons
Salt Lake City (South Jordan) UT
Megaplex 20 at The District
Fairfax VA
Rave Fairfax Corner 14
Reston VA
Bow Tie Reston Town Center
McLean VA
AMC Tysons Corner 16 & IMAX
Richmond VA
Bow Tie Movieland at BLVD Square
Winchester VA
Alamo Drafthouse Winchester
Washington DC
AMC Hoffman 22
Seattle WA
AMC Pacific Place 11
Madison WI
Eastgate Cinemas
Madison WI
Point Cinemas
Milwaukee WI (Menomonee Falls)
Marcus Cinemas MF
Milwaukee (New Berlin) WI
Marcus Ridge Cinemas




Hurley has announced that they will partner with iconic artist C.R. Stecyk III to debut his new short film FIN on February 8th at Hurley’s H Space Gallery in Costa Mesa, CA. Taking inspiration from the film, Hurley is also creating a limited-edition printables collection featuring art and photography captured during the film’s creation.

“Stecyk is both a celebrated chronicler of the art, surf and skate cultures as well as a longtime friend to the Hurley brand.  When he told us of his plans for the film, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to work together to bring his vision to life,” states Jason Maloney, Hurley’s Director of Art.

FIN, the first installment in an evolutionary series of digital film shorts, details Stecyk’s method of working with a wide variety of personages in the southern California region and reflects the social and sonic landscapes in which these creators inhabit. People whose work has been documented so far include Von Dutch, Ed “Big Daddy” Roth,  Evel Knievel, Dave Sweet, Julian Ness, Tom Blake, Dale Velzy, Tyler Hatzikian, Scott Anderson, Mitch Abshere, Scotty Stopnick, Mike Ness, and Roland Sands.  The featured soundtrack is also a nod to West Coast visionaries, with Social Distortion, Breakdown, Tommy Guerrero and Steve Alba and the Powerflex 5 contributing to the project.

“FIN investigates artisan garage culture.  It will offer insights into an assortment of individuals who incorporate traditional do-it-yourself garage methodology into differing pursuits such as traditional modified vehicles, surfboards, skateboards, art, music and communications,” states Stecyk.

The subsequent printables collection will feature a series of 4 t-shirts showcasing exclusive artwork and still photography captured during the making of FIN.  The printables collection will be available for purchase on in conjunction with the film’s Costa Mesa debut on February 8th.  The film will then travel to Hurley’s additional H Space galleries in Bali and Tokyo for international premieres.



Stacy Peralta’s film, Bones Brigade : An Autobiography will have it’s West Coast premiere at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival on the evening of Thursday, February, 2nd at 8:00pm and you have a chance to go! Here’s how it works. Name the skateboarder in the photo and caption the photo in the comments section and you’re officially entered to win two tickets! HINT: HE’S IN THE NEW ISSUE OF JUICE MAGAZINE!


photo: Dan Levy

TWO winners will receive two tickets to the premiere. However, you are responsible for being in Santa Barbara on February 2nd in order to claim your prize.

Tommy Guerrero, Steve Caballero, Rodney Mullen, Lance Mountain, Mike McGill, Stacy Peralta and George Powell have all confirmed their attendance. A Q & A will follow the film.




A SnagFilms Release


A film by Adam Pesce
Cinema Village

Aero Theatre, Santa Monica (February 3)
Laemmle’s Monica 4-plex (February 4-5)

All LA screenings followed by Q&A with director Adam Pesce and producer Perrin Chiles.
For additional markets and theatrical dates please visit the Splinters website.

Running Time 94 mins, Not Rated

Directed by Adam Pesce
Produced by Perrin Chiles
Edited by Kim Roberts

SPLINTERS is the first feature-length documentary film about the evolution of indigenous surfing in the developing nation of Papua New Guinea. In the 1980s an intrepid Australian pilot left behind a surfboard in the seaside village of Vanimo. Twenty years on, surfing is not only a pillar of village life but also a means to prestige. With no access to economic or educational advancement, let alone running water and power, village life is hermetic. A spot on the Papua New Guinea national surfing team is the way to see the wider world; the only way.

Hawaii International Film Festival 2011 BEST DOCUMENTARY
London Surf Film Festival 2011 BEST DOCUMENTARY
Newport Beach Film Festival 2011 AUDIENCE AWARD
Tribeca Film Festival 2011 OFFICIAL SELECTION
Film Festival Amsterdam 2011 OFFICIAL SELECTION(International Documentary)




“Look into it – if you know how…” A new show by longtime artist and friend, Rich Jacobs opens Saturday, January 28, 2012. In this new exhibition, Jacobs leads with the feelings associated with the creative process. In making abstract work the artist investigates the question of why he himself is drawn to making things. Jacobs’s newest body of work shows a more mature departure from his well-known figurative character heads that we have seen in the past, yet follow the same atonal rhythms that his music displays. With almost 100 new pieces including works on wood, pencil drawings, renderings, and patterns, Jacobs modestly asks that viewer just consider his works for a brief moment. “Beauty is a rare thing” says the artist, he hopes one will be inspired to make things after viewing the show. “Just a glance” he requests, “a look into it – if you can.”

Coinciding with this new exhibition will be a small “Move” group show, curated by Rich Jacobs. Featuring one piece each by artists: Sandy Yang, Aya Muto, Jeff Canham, Amanda Marsalis, James Gallagher, Billy Sprague, Orion Shepherd , Kelly Nicholson, Jordin Isip, Simone Shubuck, Erika Barboa, Clint Woodside, Tim Kerr, and possibly more. Each artist has been selected by Jacobs to show the influences and sometimes inspirations for his abstract works. As one approaches the gallery entrance -the viewer will instantly be asked a lot to visually consider. is it a large group show or the work of one artist? there seems to be groups of work that seem informed by one another but only somewhat loosely…there is a line that ties them together-what is it? It my just be the line, the energy, the color….wow the palette has changed some over the years too…a little brighter and hopeful this time. We invite you to “Look into it – if you know how.”



Stacy Peralta’s film, Bones Brigade : An Autobiography will have it’s West Coast premiere at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival on the evening of Thursday, February, 2nd at 8:00pm. The red carpet starts at 7:00pm.

Tommy Guerrero, Steve Caballero, Rodney Mullen, Lance Mountain, Mike McGill, Stacy Peralta and George Powell have all confirmed their attendance. A Q & A will follow the film. Unfortunately, Tony Hawk will be out of the country and will not be able to attend.

Following info provided by the Film Festival. The film will be screened in the 2000-seat Arlington Theatre. Admission is sold only through the Santa Barbara International Film Festival via passes or Mini-Paks (10-pack for $125 and $57 for the 4-pack). The 4-pack Mini-Pak acts as a punch card where four people can see one film, one person can see four, or any combination thereof. As per the Festival’s longstanding policy, THERE WILL BE NO INDIVIDUAL MOVIE TICKETS SOLD. All seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please direct any inquiries to

Santa Barbara International Film Festival
1528 Chapala Street, Suite 203
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
phone: 805-963-0023