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"Hollywood I'm Sorry"

A Totally True Story

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KTLA Los Angeles interviews Fernando Escovar about ®OSCARS

New true story documentary film about an Academy Award that was found on Ebay .

A Totally True Story!”
— Fernando Escovar
HOLLYWOOD, CA, UNITED STATES, September 4, 2018 / -- Independent film makers Fernando Escovar & Earl Crowe are producing a new true story documentary film about an Academy Award that was found on Ebay .
The award was taken to ®OSCAR after parties and events and it leads to a world of trouble and crazy experiences for Fernando.
The two have started an IndieGoGo Film funding page to finish the film which is 75% completed.

In March of 2000, the heist of 55 Oscar® statuettes en route to Los
Angeles, just days before the anticipated ceremony, made news around the
world. “Hollywood I’m Sorry,” a documentary, follows the trail of one of those
stolen Oscars®, and the escapades of entertainment journalist-
photographer, Fernando Escovar, who finds himself in a whirlwind of
scandal after buying an Academy Award® on eBay and using the precious
statue to con his way into the coveted realm of award ceremony after

His successful coup with the festive night on the town inspires him to sell
the Oscar® on Craigslist. Within days, Fernando is tailed by undercover
detectives. Arrested and charged with grand theft, Fernando discovers that
the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, home of the Academy
Awards®, are after his head and will doing anything to prosecute him to the
fullest extent of the law.

Narrated by Fernando Escovar, and interviewers Danny Trejo, Esai Morales & Luiz
Guzman, the farcical crime caper unfolds with commentary about the
rarified world of the Oscar® from Academy Award® winners Halle Berry, Emily Blunt,
Marisa Tomei, Jeff Bridges, Alan Arkin, Colin Firth, Jodie Foster, and Brie
Larson. Appearances from Kevin Hart, Jamie Foxx, Tiffany Haddish, King Bach and Paul Sorvino
are but a few of the famous faces providing insight into a “life
is stranger than fiction” tale. To contribute funding please visit

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