Roldan Companies Inc. Announces New Documentary Film CYBER CRIME, Exploring the Impact of Digital Corruption
Launches in Select Theaters May 2019
Los Angeles, CA (May 2019) – Roldan Companies Inc., known for documentaries I-ology and Words of Art, will premiere an original documentary film CYBER CRIME at select movie theaters nationwide this May. Directed by award-winning documentary filmmaker Jeff Roldan (Words of Art, Miracles in Action), CYBER CRIME explores the world of cyber crime and its impact on businesses and individuals.
Featuring commentary from ten leading experts in the cyber security field, CYBER CRIME takes a deep dive into the world of identity theft and web crime. These experts share stories, experiences and secrets to staying and playing safe both online and in the real world.
“Join us on a journey, visiting with 10 leading experts in Cyber Security as they explore the world of Cyber Crime, its impact on our society and most important of all, how you can avoid becoming a victim.” Says Jeff Roldan, Director and co-producer.
“"Privacy is Dead! This movie will help you understand what the Dark Web is, what can be bought & sold, and why you should care. We the people are becoming the new commodity and our information is for sale more than ever! With everyone turning a blind eye to insecurity and divulging information about their personal lives all over social media, along with the state of cyber-crime in our world today, it is impacting our personal lives and businesses. You’ll learn the shocking truth about computer security that catches most people and businesses off guard” says Charles Henson, contributing member of the film.
CYBER CRIME will have its west coast premiere on Wednesday May 15th, 2019 at the Pacific Theaters at The Grove in Los Angeles and will roll out to select theaters across the country. The film will also be available online for Amazon Prime subscribers.
About CYBER CRIME
CYBER CRIME is directed by Jeff Roldan, co-produced by Peter Verlezza and Jeff Roldan, and features leading cyber security experts; Charles Henson, Michael Einbinder Schatz, Adam Pittman, Rick Jordan, Will Nobles, Leah Freiman, Fred Sagester, Charles Swihart, Scott Beck, and Peter Verlezza.