Mr. Fish doesn't fit in any box, much less a box designed to describe him, so if you want to know more about this amazing artist, its time to check out the film trailer.

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THEYYSCENE.COM | Pablo Bryant’s brilliant doc Mr. Fish

It takes true talent to make someone root for an asshole.

Well, not necessarily an asshole, per se, but an unabashed, unapologetic, uncompromising and brilliant human being, who doesn’t want or need your acceptance or understanding to live his life, think the thoughts he does or express himself in an unfiltered way.

So. An artist.

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Big Tuna on Film | Mr. Fish: Cartooning from the Deep End

Mr. Fish: Cartooning from the Deep End is a documentary following controversial political cartoonist Mr. Fish as he navigates his work and personal life. It screened at the 2018 Florida Film Festival, among other festivals as an official selection.

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Keeping The “I” In Independent: A Preview To This Year’s AIFF

The 1996 Telecommunication Act may sound like a somewhat dated and bureaucratic piece of legislation; but, it is really more like a seed planted two decades ago that has grown deep and gnarled roots into American culture. Consider, at the time, the 10,000 or so radio stations in America were owned by about 5000 different parties, but today 80 percent of those radio stations have been consolidated into ownership by three corporations. Clear Channel, for example, only owned 40 or so radio stations in 1996, but a decade later controlled hundreds.

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