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iW NEWS | Carnivalesque Films Unveils Distribution Label

By Indiewire | Indiewire July 17, 2008 at 5:00AM

Indie filmmakers Ashley Sabin & David Redmon, the duo behind "Kamp Katrina" and "Intimidad," have officially announced plans for a new boutique distribution label, Carnivalesque Films. First up, they will releasing Redmon's "Mardi Gras: Made in China" later this month and are set to distribute Ry Russo-Young's "Orphans" (September 28), Sam Wainwright Douglas and Paul Lovelace's doc "The Holy Modal Rounders: Bound To Lose" (October 30), and Tara Wray's doc "Manhattan, Kansas" (November 16). "Inspired by our predecessors (Albert and David Maysles, Barbara Kopple, Fredrick Wiseman), we decided to forge ahead out of respect and love for visual stories by creating paths to release our films," Sabin and Redmon said in a state on their website, "As filmmakers ourselves, we understand the desire, tenacity and attachment to complete a film and bring it to audiences. We believe we’re in a unique and lucky position to find homes for films as well as facilitate their movement into the marketplace of images in ways that make them stand out." [Eugene Hernandez]
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Indie filmmakers Ashley Sabin & David Redmon, the duo behind "Kamp Katrina" and "Intimidad," have officially announced plans for a new boutique distribution label, Carnivalesque Films. First up, they will releasing Redmon's "Mardi Gras: Made in China" later this month and are set to distribute Ry Russo-Young's "Orphans" (September 28), Sam Wainwright Douglas and Paul Lovelace's doc "The Holy Modal Rounders: Bound To Lose" (October 30), and Tara Wray's doc "Manhattan, Kansas" (November 16). "Inspired by our predecessors (Albert and David Maysles, Barbara Kopple, Fredrick Wiseman), we decided to forge ahead out of respect and love for visual stories by creating paths to release our films," Sabin and Redmon said in a state on their website, "As filmmakers ourselves, we understand the desire, tenacity and attachment to complete a film and bring it to audiences. We believe we’re in a unique and lucky position to find homes for films as well as facilitate their movement into the marketplace of images in ways that make them stand out." [Eugene Hernandez]

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