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Film Movement Picks Up Three

By Indiewire | Indiewire September 8, 2006 at 7:30AM

North American film distribution company Film Movement has announced their acquisition of three films: "MadeinUSA," by Claudia Llosa (Spain/Peru), "Men at Work," by Mani Haghighi (Iran) and "The Great Match," by Geraldo Olivares (Spain/Germany). The films will be released through Film Movement's distribution model that simultaneously releases films through theatres, television and DVD in an attempt to bring award-winning films to a larger audience. "We are proud to be able to present these three impressive films to fans all across the country in theatres, libraries, living rooms and on TV," said Stuart Litman, President of Film Movement. "MadeinUSA" was a winner at the Rotterdam, Havana and Mar de la Plata Film Festivals. "Men at Work" was the Best Screenplay Winner at the Fajr International Film Festival and an Official Selection at the Berlin, Tribeca and Singapore Film Festivals. "The Great Match" was an Official Selection at the Berlin, Seattle, Sydney International Film Festivals. [Peter Knegt]
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North American film distribution company Film Movement has announced their acquisition of three films: "MadeinUSA," by Claudia Llosa (Spain/Peru), "Men at Work," by Mani Haghighi (Iran) and "The Great Match," by Geraldo Olivares (Spain/Germany). The films will be released through Film Movement's distribution model that simultaneously releases films through theatres, television and DVD in an attempt to bring award-winning films to a larger audience. "We are proud to be able to present these three impressive films to fans all across the country in theatres, libraries, living rooms and on TV," said Stuart Litman, President of Film Movement. "MadeinUSA" was a winner at the Rotterdam, Havana and Mar de la Plata Film Festivals. "Men at Work" was the Best Screenplay Winner at the Fajr International Film Festival and an Official Selection at the Berlin, Tribeca and Singapore Film Festivals. "The Great Match" was an Official Selection at the Berlin, Seattle, Sydney International Film Festivals. [Peter Knegt]

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