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Indiewire’s Best Undistributed Film ‘Stray Dogs’ Lands a Distributor

Indiewire's Best Undistributed Film 'Stray Dogs' Lands a Distributor

After making an impressive number of Taiwanese films and becoming an important figure of the country’s new cinema movement, director Tsai Ming Liang’s latest masterpiece “Stray Dogs” has now been acquired by Cinema Guild. The film wowed audiences and critics at the 2013 Venice Film Festival, where it won the Grand Jury Prize, as well as the Toronto International Film Festival and New York Film Festival, in addition to winning Indiewire’s Best Undistributed Film prize just one month ago.

The synopsis goes as follows:

A father and his two children wander the margins of modern day Taipei,
from the woods and rivers of the outskirts to the rain streaked streets
of the city. By day the father scrapes out a meager income as a human
billboard for luxury apartments, while his young son and daughter roam
the supermarkets and malls surviving off free food samples. At night the
family takes shelter in an abandoned building. There is no water, light
or electricity. Every evening, they fall asleep on the same mattress,
tightly embracing one another. Then, one stormy night, the father
decides to take his children on a sailing trip.

Ryan Krivoshey of Cinema Guild states that “‘Stray Dogs’ is a bold, audacious masterpiece that will resonate with all who see it
for many years to come. We are excited to make it available to US
audiences.”

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