New York, NY (PressExposure) May 09, 2009 -- Shot on location in Brooklyn, NY with producer Kevin Spice Greene of Boss Entertainment,Shawn Baker along with Polychrome Pictures launches The Eddie Black Story. Eddie Black stars Onyxâs Fredro Starr (Torque, Save the Last Dance), newcomer Daniel Philip, Chyna Layne (Push, HBOâs Life Support), and Mike Lubik.Eddie Black is a first year college student on the honor role but after financial hardship and a broken heart he attempts to find refuge in a street gang called Deceptikons.
Writer/Director Shawn Baker said he brought a myriad of life experiences from script to screen with the Eddie Black Story and was honored to collaborate with Polychrome because He knew that they will give the film clear visibility in this competitive market place.
About Lock City Film Works Lock City Film Works (http://www.lockcityonline.com) is a production company that develops and produces quality films and videos, providing great entertainment with inventive stories designed for both enjoyment and education.
Currently, in post-production, the slick and witty comedy Peanut & Bang, starring Chris Williams and a host of fresh, new innovative talent and also prepped for filming is the docu-drama tentatively titled Conspiracy X, set in New York, this feature will measure the fairness of the United States judicial system. In addition, Shawn Baker wrote and intends to collaborate with West Coast King Snoop Dogg in the gangster drama tentatively titled Snoopafly.
About Polychrome Pictures Polychrome Pictures ([http://www.polychromepictures.com]) is a multi-faceted home entertainment producer and distributor with an eclectic line up of quality titles in the genres of drama, comedy, horror, urban, music and special interest. With a prolific release schedule of 10-12 features yearly, Polychrome content is exclusively distributed in the U.S. and Canada by Vivendi Entertainment.
Launched in June 2005, Polychrome consistently finds and utilizes the brightest creative minds around the globe in an effort to preserve the soul of independent filmmaking and expose the masses to creative flavor often overlooked by the Hollywood machine.