Creators want to film Lynyrd Skynyrd in spite of judgment yet to spread
The creators of the film about the plane crash of the band Lynyrd Skynyrd want their documentary yet, distribute, despite an earlier ruling of the court.
In June of last year dragged the widow of lead singer Ronnie van Cited and some of the other band members, ex-drummer Artimus Pyle for the court. Pyle made the film Street Survivors: The True Story of the Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash, the plane crash that the band in October 1977 to investigate. It came to singer Ronnie of Cited and guitarist Steven Gaines to life.
With the making of the documentary would, according to the widow, and the other band members, Pyle is a old appointment have been violated, in which the band members each had promised the band never commercially exploit. Also, according to the judge, the film is in conflict with arrangements that are the band members in the past have made.
But Pyle and the production company will find that the statement does not clarify what is and is not with the film may happen. Therefore they want to continue with the release of the film.
In their turn, are Cited, and ex-band members of Lynyrd Syknyrd again to the right stepped. Now, with the application to the film to destroy. They also require a substantial compensation.
Lawsuit filed to film about the band Lynyrd Skynyrd