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Cinemavault Takes "Lymelife" For International Rights

By James Israel | Indiewire January 17, 2009 at 10:29AM

International rights for Derick Martini's film "Lymelife" has went to Canadian based sales company Cinemavault. Originally premiering at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival, the film stars Alec Baldwin, and Rory Culkin and is about a Long Island community dealing with an outbreak of Lyme disease. "Lymelife" is screening in the Spectrum section at Sundance. The film's US distribution rights were picked up by Screen Media back in October 2008.
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International rights for Derick Martini's film "Lymelife" has went to Canadian based sales company Cinemavault. Originally premiering at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival, the film stars Alec Baldwin, and Rory Culkin and is about a Long Island community dealing with an outbreak of Lyme disease. "Lymelife" is screening in the Spectrum section at Sundance. The film's US distribution rights were picked up by Screen Media back in October 2008.

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