Here is what Anthony said:
"As it stands the Jay Sebring doc is in post production as a 100 minute solid rough cut. Some film processing still yet to be done from original 16mm footage, licensing/permission, music and final polishing. I will have something to present to distributors 3-6 months.
The completion of this project has taken so long for several reasons.... We have been working on our own time and on limited resources, and acquiring all resources regarding Jay's life, death and legacy has been extensive and required the necessary amount of time.
Author's Note: Thanks so much Venus for your research and valuable input on this thread! And thanks Anthony for your update on the documentary! I think that people focus too much on certain things about Jay Sebring that, if he had not been savagely killed by a knuckle-dragging cretin, would never have surfaced.
I will just say that when the news came on the TV on August 9th, 1969, about the vicious murders in Benedict Canyon, that the only reason my ears perked up was because they said that Jay Sebring was one of the victims. I had never heard of any of the other victims, including Sharon Tate. Nothing against the other victims, but I was only interested in this case initially because of Jay Sebring.
Jay was a slight man, but a good looking man. He was stylish and mod in his appearance. But does anyone realize how highly regarded he was in Hollywood in 1969? He was well acquainted with "movie stars" at the time, having their trust in cutting their tresses and giving each one a distinctive look.
Jay was partially responsible for getting Bruce Lee a job on The Green Hornet.
I look forward to the Sebring documentary! Thanks Venus, thanks Carol and thanks Anthony!!!