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First Independent Pictures Acquires Rights to "Everything's Gone Green"

By Indiewire | Indiewire November 6, 2006 at 11:08AM

First Independent Pictures has acquired the US, Australian, New Zealand and South African distribution rights for the indie comedy "Everything's Gone Green" by Paul Fox from Shoreline Entertainment, with a theatrical release set for Spring 2007, the company announced Monday. The film stars Paulo Costanzo ("Road Trip") as an underachiever tempted into a money-laundering scheme who struggles morally with his ill-gotten gains. The film, which had its world premiere in September at the Toronto International Film Festival, was written by Douglas Coupland, the author credited with coining the term 'Generation X.' "Douglas Coupland's work is renowned and his first effort in features is no exception," commented First Independent president Gary Rubin in a statement. "This is also a terrific opportunity for our first foray into acquiring foreign territories." First Independent Pictures recently released the David Mamet-scripted "Edmond." [Brian Brooks]
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First Independent Pictures has acquired the US, Australian, New Zealand and South African distribution rights for the indie comedy "Everything's Gone Green" by Paul Fox from Shoreline Entertainment, with a theatrical release set for Spring 2007, the company announced Monday. The film stars Paulo Costanzo ("Road Trip") as an underachiever tempted into a money-laundering scheme who struggles morally with his ill-gotten gains. The film, which had its world premiere in September at the Toronto International Film Festival, was written by Douglas Coupland, the author credited with coining the term 'Generation X.' "Douglas Coupland's work is renowned and his first effort in features is no exception," commented First Independent president Gary Rubin in a statement. "This is also a terrific opportunity for our first foray into acquiring foreign territories." First Independent Pictures recently released the David Mamet-scripted "Edmond." [Brian Brooks]

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