A TV series about the kind of lifestyle that is almost impossible to survive
Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) November 12, 2012
David McQueen is Adobe certified and the owner of DigitalBacklot. The company is a visual effects company on an Adobe global platform that combines the power of big data, enterprise integrations, story writing, high definition film making and music recording collaboration technologies. John Cameron used this Adobe technology to make the 3D movie Avatar with 900 artists working together at once while spread all over the world.
The company is currently located in Seattle, Washington, and will open its new doors in Everett, Washington, which will allow the series to be housed in the 10,000 sq ft building tailor made for the specific type of action on the show. The technology for the new building and show is crucial and is already in place. We are growing a global community of talented and skilled artists and writers for this show and we do that by working with them world wide over the internet.
Al Capone Featuring the Cotton Club (2012 remake as a television series)
Cocaine runners are making so much money that the storage rental companies are running out of room to store the cash. The profits from the cocaine explosion helped to transform the Cotton Club into a major American narcotics playground, but it also brought a criminal element that is so raw that bloody reprisals between competing drug families have became commonplace, and hit men are working overtime to keep up with the demand for revenge; mostly against Al Capone who has access to the purest cocaine in the world causing a growing sense of unease and discomfort among rivals. The FBI has entered this game too. To them, Capone and the Cotton Club, a place where six floors of energetic music never stops, a place that never sleeps, with hundreds of flashy female back-up dancers who are essentially some of the most aggressive thieves in the country, when summed up is a detriment to American society and a menace to the federal government. Their view in every episode is that Capone is the key perpetrator in this nationwide outbreak of narcotics and violence and they have sworn to creep in the shadows of night and under the cover of darkness to either arrest or kill Al Capone, preferably bringing him to his death.
Al Capone Featuring the Cotton Club is an American-based TV series primarily for home entertainment through DigitalBacklot. A high exposure sales and promotion site is already in place to show case the series along with private spaces for each writer and musician on the show.
Our writers can create entire episodes using the tools they already know. So whatever software they are currently using, they get to stay with that. Those in prison and those of the nightlife can use Microsoft Word. Our in-house system can take it from that point and convert it into a full blown movie production ready document (click here to see details)
Our writers' stories and artists' music are never accidentally deleted along with all the other unsolicited submissions because each writer and musical talent has a special code that our email system uses. If the story is from a writer on the show, it automatically places the story into an inbox assigned to that specific writer at our studio.
The musical talent will be extremely busy on the show (click here) http://www.alcaponetvseries.com/#!__music-division
The show also has a forum for prison inmates nationwide to give their input and suggestions on the show based on real life experience.
David has 30 years of film making experience and has certification by Adobe Corporation. With that comes David's supportive personal friends; one who has and is currently managing some of the top name artists in hip hop, and producers of such films as Batman, along with relatives that are successful Hollywood celebrities. David has a long history of music and the night life. When David was very young, his mother, uncle and friends owned and operated a club called the Black and Tan, a leading jazz nightclub located in Seattle, Washington, operating from 1922 until 1966. The nightclub flourished and was known as the most famous nightclub in Seattle at the onset of World War II.