ChrisBlackwell's Palm Pictures has acquired North American and Caribbean rights toAdam Bhala Lough's feature debut Bomb The System.
Palm plans aspring 2005 release for the picture, which chronicles the lives of a group ofgraffiti artists who wage graffiti war on New York after the police beat up oneof their gang.
Mark Webber,Jaclyn DeSantis, Gano Grills and real-life graffiti stars Lee Quinones and BonzMalone star.
David Koh, head of acquisitions and production at Palm,negotiated the deal with attorney Jackie Eckhouse of Sloss Law Office, producerBen Rekhi and executive producer Robert Bethge.
'BombThe System is a perfectfit for Palm Pictures' growing catalogue of urban, music-driven films," Kohsaid in a statement.
"Adam's debut illustrates his unique vision and talent asa young filmmaker. The film stylishly captures a moment in New York Cityhistory with the energy to resonate with the current generation of youngpeople."
'We couldn't have askedfor a better partner than Palm Pictures to distribute Bomb The System, a film with a bold vision, and a cinematic poemdedicated to graffiti and the city where it all began,' Rekhi added.