|Directed by||Rob Pilichowski|
|Produced by||Amin Todai (executive)
Chris Bosh (executive)
Hadi Teherany (executive)
Scott Pasko (associate)
Jen Woodall (associate)
|Written by||Max Sawka|
|Edited by||Steve Guise|
|Distributed by||Warner Music Canada|
First Ink is a DVD featuring comedic digital shorts and a documentary about professional basketball player Chris Bosh. The comedic digital shorts segment, known as CBTV, features a collection of new digital shorts and characters. The new skits are coupled with "classic CBTV" skits, which earned Chris top ranking in ESPN's viral athletes rankings. The documentary segment follows Chris during his time off in the summer before his final season on contract with the Toronto Raptors. The film is approximately 30 minutes long and documents Chris' attempt to transform his body both by gaining weight and muscle and by getting a full back tattoo.
The DVD was released in Canada on December 15, 2009.
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