Artistic License Films has acquired Benjamin Cummings and Orson Cummings' feature "If I Didn't Care" and plans an August 3rd roll out of the film in select New York City and Long Island theaters followed by a nationwide push, the company announced Monday. The film, which premiered at last year's Hamptons International Film Festival is described as a "Hitchcockian film noir/thriller set in the exclusive resort community of The Hamptons starring Bill Sage ("Flirt")." The story revolves around "trophy husband" David Meyer's ill-fated attempt to produce an heir which leads to infidelity, murder and tragic consequences. "Ben Cummings and Orson Cummings have made a compelling, beautifully acted film that is both stylish and subtle," commented Sande Zeig, president and founder of Artistic License Films in a statement. "As co-writers and directors they have created a unique aesthetic that showcases their great command over the genre." [Brian Brooks]