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iW NEWS | Arthouse to Take "Obscene" Worldwide

By Indiewire | Indiewire November 6, 2007 at 7:27AM

Worldwide rights to Neil Ortenberg and Daniel O'Connor's Toronto '07 doc "Obscene" have been acquired by Arthouse Films, the company announced from AFM Tuesday. Arthouse's David Koh negotiated the deal with Lilly Bright of Curiously Bright Entertainment and Josh Braun of Submarine Entertainment. The film centers on enigmatic figure Barney Rosset who is one of the greatest American publishers of the twentieth century. Arthouse Films is an independent production and distribution company based in NY and LA. [Brian Brooks]
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Worldwide rights to Neil Ortenberg and Daniel O'Connor's Toronto '07 doc "Obscene" have been acquired by Arthouse Films, the company announced from AFM Tuesday. Arthouse's David Koh negotiated the deal with Lilly Bright of Curiously Bright Entertainment and Josh Braun of Submarine Entertainment. The film centers on enigmatic figure Barney Rosset who is one of the greatest American publishers of the twentieth century. Arthouse Films is an independent production and distribution company based in NY and LA. [Brian Brooks]

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