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Hudson Documentary "Digital Peruggias" Resumes Filming
Several high profile politicians who have jumped into the fray in McGrath's legal and public relations battle with Xiamen Bigal manufacturers in Xiamen, China have sat for camera interviews in Hudson's film, including Congressman Tim Griffin, who's Washington, D.C. office has come to the aid of the artist in the IPR infringement fight along Governor Mike Beebe of Arkansas, Mayor Gary Fletcher of Jacksonville and Enterpreneur and Philanthropist Joan Tyler Zumwalt. Filming is expected to be completed late 2014.
Pics: 1. Hudson filmmakers at the RB McGrath studio, 2. Congressman Tim Griffin 3. Director Keith Hudson and Cinematographer Pham Minh at the Arkansas State Capital with Governor Mike Beebe for "Digital Peruggias" interview 4. RB McGrath's original work "Still Life of Violin" depicting and 1897 Antonius Stradivarius hanging on a peg board wall and reflected in a glass counter top. 2006.