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Factory 25 Acquires 'Pavilion' for Worldwide Distribution; Exclusive Digital Distribution with Oscilloscope Labs

By Srimathi Sridhar | Indiewire June 26, 2012 at 12:22PM

Factory 25 has picked up worldwide rights to BAMcinemaFest, SXSW and Munich Film Festival film "Pavilion" today. The company will release it theatrically in January, followed by a DVD release in the spring. Also in the spring, "Pavilion" will hit digital platforms via Oscilloscope Laboratories as part of an exclusive digital distribution partnership.
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"Pavilion"
Factory 25 "Pavilion"

Factory 25 has picked up worldwide rights to BAMcinemaFest, SXSW and Munich Film Festival film "Pavilion" today. The company will release it theatrically in January, followed by a DVD release in the spring. Also in the spring, "Pavilion" will hit digital platforms via Oscilloscope Laboratories as part of an exclusive digital distribution partnership.

F25's digital acquisition with O-Scope is a two-year partnership that gives the latter sole distribution rights to all of F25's catalog and upcoming releases across all digital platforms. O-Scope is the exclusive digital distributor of Milestone Films' catalog, and this is the second type of partnership for them.

"Pavilion," which is Tim Sutton's debut feature, follows a teenage boy's (Max) move from a pretty lakeside town in New York to a suburban home in Arizona to live with his father. According to Factory 25, the film, with its "mesmerizing imagery of hot summer bike rides and cool lake-bound dives" presents "the ephemerality and reverie of youth and the fragility of adolescent friendships." 

Sea and Cake's Sam Prekop provides the score for the film.

This article is related to: Pavilion, Acquisitions





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