Overall, I do feel the film is worth seeing. However, I now feel uneasy supporting the film knowing their is strife surrounding the film. I hope ATCQ didn’t get cut out of anything unjustly. And it takes me to the ongoing debate about who should tell our (your) stories. However, I think this beef is less about an inaccurate story, and more about producer credit, which I believe leads to some financial compensation. I do believe that ATCQ should have some type of producing credit. How about associate producer? (I don’t know *shrugs shoulder*)
I am surprised that ATCQ didn’t request that upfront. You always have to take care of business first. Offering producer credit could be another way (I feel) to pay homage to ATCQ. Without their story, there wouldn’t be a film to produce. However, I guess Rapaport is saying you have to pay the cost (help with financing the film), to be the boss.
What do you think? Should ATCQ get producer credit?