Justice Squad at Oz Comic-Con Adelaide for ‘Hometown Screening’ and Panel… TJ Hooker?

Once, we wrote a film, then made it with no money, a little talent and a whole lot of stupid. Now, it is finished, and so Justice Squad continues its never-ending battle to mildly entertain pop culture vultures across the friggin’ planet…

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Our indie mockumentary Justice Squad continues to appear at pop culture conventions across Australia and overseas, screening last week at Total Confusion in Massachusetts. It also screens for US audiences again at Gen Con Indy in Indianapolis, on August 15th. Closer to home, the film has its WA state premiere at Oz Comic-Con Perth on March 9th.

The banner headline here is that Oz Comic-Con are hosting a ‘Hometown Screening’ of Justice Squad on March 17th in Adelaide, the city where the film was made. This screening is an opportunity to view the film with cast, crew and production team in attendance. Come share in the laughs, popcorn and rotten fruit.

After the film screens, there will be an indie filmmaking panel where we discuss the process of taking an independent film from the screenplay to the screen. The panel will be joined by representatives of Wastelander Panda, the latest and greatest post-apocalyptic web-series to come out of South Australia. In fact, we may just answer once and for all the fascinating question of why we never see Captain Justice and Wastelander Panda in the same place at the same time.

This indie filmmaking panel is a first for Oz Comic-Con, so grab your tickets for Sunday March 17th and book out your afternoon. There may just not be anything cooler at the event… except maybe for William Shatner, who happens to be scheduled at the same time on another stage, (though why the actor who played TJ Hooker is a draw-card for an event like this is beyond me).

So if you’re at Oz Comic-Con Adelaide, come find us at the Justice Squad stall in Artists’ Alley. We’ll be showing off plenty of film stuff, with a competition and details on how to purchase the film upon distribution. Then, 4pm on Sunday the 17th, come watch our film and hear us talk about it… it may be moderately cooler than William Shatner.

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