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iW NEWS | Sundance Channel Goes To "Prison"

By Indiewire | Indiewire September 30, 2008 at 2:22AM

Marc Evans's "Prison My Whole Life" has been acquired by Sundance Channel. The film follows William Francome's investigation into the arrest of Mumia Abu Jamal, famed death-row prisoner and award-winning Black Panther journalist. The film will premiere on Sundance Channel on Monday, December 8th. The deal was negotiated by Christian Vesper, Sundance Channel Senior Vice President Acquisitions, Program Planning and Scheduling, on behalf of Sundance Channel, and Micah Green of CAA, on behalf of the filmmakers. [Peter Knegt]
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Marc Evans's "Prison My Whole Life" has been acquired by Sundance Channel. The film follows William Francome's investigation into the arrest of Mumia Abu Jamal, famed death-row prisoner and award-winning Black Panther journalist. The film will premiere on Sundance Channel on Monday, December 8th. The deal was negotiated by Christian Vesper, Sundance Channel Senior Vice President Acquisitions, Program Planning and Scheduling, on behalf of Sundance Channel, and Micah Green of CAA, on behalf of the filmmakers. [Peter Knegt]

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