(NEW YORK) – September 04, 2014 – Moguldom Studios, known for their revolutionary style of documentaries called “docutainment,” has released “When The Checks Stop Coming In,” an eye-opening and surprising new film about the bad spending habits of celebrities, and how some go from super rich, to super broke and filing for bankruptcy. The documentary was released on August 26, 2014 and is available for purchase on DVD, as well as digital download through online retailers including iTunes, GooglePlay, Amazon.com and MoguldomStudios.com.
Keeping on the pulse of trending topics that are relevant in today’s ever-evolving world, Moguldom Studios is leading the way in producing non-theatrical films through digital networks.
“When The Checks Stop Coming In” is a candid investigation into the lives of black celebrities as they fall from fame and fortune to downright broke. It’s the life of a celebrity – one minute you are singing to an audience of thousands, playing to an arena of screaming fans, or performing on television for millions of viewers. The accolades are coming fast and furious and the money is pouring in. You think that the dream that you’re living is never going to end, but then you wake up one day and all your money and your livelihood is gone. Your worst nightmare has come true and you’re broke, the groupies are gone and the lifestyle has dried up.
Even the most seasoned and celebrated have lost it all. The list of celebrities gone broke includes Toni Braxton, Antione Walker, TLC, Wesley Snipes, Allen Iverson, MC Hammer and Dennis Rodman…it goes on and on. Moguldom Studios interviews celebrities, managers, agents, and their financial advisors to learn how much was being spent and how these celebs spared no expense for the glitz and glamour that was their ultimate demise.
This documentary looks behind the curtain and into the lives of black celebrities to find out how they got into financial trouble and what advice they would give to others in hindsight. Be it lavish lifestyles, poor financial management, child support, or tax evasion, “When The Checks Stop Coming In” explores how these celebrities perpetuate an underlying issue within the African American community: an obsession with the American dollar.
“When The Checks Stop Coming In” is a provocative film that encourages debate and discussion about the spending habits of those in the African American community, not just celebrities. “Here at Moguldom Studios, we accept the challenge of initiating and sparking that dialogue. It is our hope that through culturally relevant and important documentaries, that people can walk away with being more aware of the issues affecting the community,” says Brett Dismuke, President of Moguldom Entertainment.
Production credits include Jamarlin Martin, Marve Frazier, Brett Dismuke and Barion L. Grant as Executive Producers, Jacinda M. Rentrope as Director and Producer, with Catina Jones as Producer.
For more information about “When The Checks Stop Coming In” and Moguldom Studios, visit: www.moguldomstudios.com.
Watch the trailer for When The Checks Stop Coming In directly below.
About Moguldom Studios:
Moguldom Studios is a next generation film company that delivers intimate, timely and unforgettable stories about the African-American experience, creating independent documentary films that are branded as “Docutainment.”
Docutainment, as Moguldom Studios calls it, is a hybrid between reality, day in the life and traditional storytelling, which takes a unique and objective look at the African-American experience, all the while offering such riveting stories which will also appeal to anyone who is interested in multicultural documentary films.
Moguldom Studios’ staff consists of filmmaking award-wining experts who know exactly how to capture the African-American experience with a style that is fresh, edgy and relevant. Our goal is to deliver intimate, timely and unforgettable stories that all can enjoy. The films are available for purchase or rent on the Moguldom Studios website as well as on platforms such as iTunes, GooglePlay, Amazon and more. See more at: www.moguldomstudios.com
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