‘Officially Limited’ Trailer: In-Production Documentary Focuses On Controversies Of Poster Collecting
Posted on Tuesday, January 8th, 2013 by Germain Lussier
Every single day, we look at movie posters. Maybe in our bedrooms, at the theater or plastered on a billboard. More and more though, we see movie posters online, both in an official capacity from a studio, or in a more unofficial capacity, through art created by fans. Any while many of these fans go through the proper channels to create this art legally, many others do not. In fact, most others do not.
So where’s the line between making money off a property you don’t own or just paying tribute to it? That’s the main subject of Officially Limited, an in-production poster documentary directed by John Otterbacher. He’s been traveling the country not only documenting the current limited edition pop culture art explosion, but asking some of its most prominent names – Mondo, Spoke Art, Gallery 1988, and several artists – about the industry’s complicated issues such as intellectual property, copyright, licensing, fair use and more.
It’s a fascinating and controversial look at a cool subject and, after the jump, you can see the first trailer. Read More »