Strauss-Kahn deserves a fair trial.
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 29, 2011
Controversial Director Damian Chapa began filming a Dominique Strauss-Kahn biopic in New York today.
The first and only biopic about the life of Dominique Strauss-Kahn and the controversy surrounding the alleged rape charges.
Chapa says the film will be titled: MONEY MAN - The Unauthorized Story of Dominique Strauss-Kahn.
Chapa has stated that he has used the controversy after being the only person who has ever played Roman Polanski, Bobby Fischer and Marlon Brando.
Chapa won the Best Director and Best Drama awards at the New York International Independent Film & Video Festival for his feature film Brando Unauthorized, in which he played Marlon Brando and directed himself along with his son Ricco Chapa in the role of Christian Brando.
Chapa also won for Best Production at the Indie Fest for his feature film Polanski Unauthorized, a film that late Hollywood legend David Carradine called a "masterpiece."
Chapa says the Strauss-Kahn controversy is something he found compelling from the beginning and that the story will be based on facts and court documents.
Chapa cast new comers Gilbert Azafrani whom shall play DSK and Odette Warder as the female lead.
Damian Chapa is best known for his lead role of Miklo Velka in the cult classic Blood In Blood Out, which garnered a Best Director award for Taylor Hackford at the Tokyo Film Festival.
Chapa states after filming in New York City the production shall then move to Europe to finish the controversial biopic.