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New Jersey, February 24, 2011– Iron River Films LLC and ShoreFront Entertainment announced today that the worldwide distribution rights for their pro wrestling documentary CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE have been acquired by Los Angeles based film distributor Cinema Libre Studio. Featuring “Taskmaster” Kevin Sullivan, Sabu, “Superstar” Billy Graham, Rhett Titus and the late Trent Acid, among many others, the documentary has been well received by both the film and wrestling communities. CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE made its world premiere one year ago on February 13, 2010, and screened seven times at six international film festivals that year.

Cinema Libre Studio, distributor of such eye opening films as Outfoxed, Fuel, The End Of Poverty?, and the Oliver Stone directed South Of The Border, has slated CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE for a late summer/early fall DVD release. The release will include major retail and online markets. “We are really excited to be working with such an amazing distributor like Cinema Libre,” said Tim Disbrow, the film’s director “It’s really incredible to see our idea come full circle like this.”

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The documentary CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE will bring you deep inside the underground and extraordinary world of Professional Wrestling. CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE follows several wrestlers working on the local ‘independent circuit’ of pro wrestling. It’s been compared to the Minor Leagues of professional baseball, but ‘Indy Wrestling’ is truly unlike any other business in history.

CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE profiles the lives of some of wrestling’s most compelling personalities. From a talented up-and-comer, to a legend who has changed the scope of the industry. They all come together and perform in VFW halls, high school gyms, and Elk’s lodges across the country. CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE also features interviews with some of the most legendary names in the history of wrestling and classic footage that has never been seen before. (Documentary, 87 minutes)