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iW NEWS | "Yeast" Set for DailyMotion

By Indiewire | Indiewire October 8, 2008 at 4:45AM

Dailymotion.com will host the free premiere of Mary Bronstein's "Yeast" this weekend. The online outlet announced the news at a party celebrating the movie last night in Manhattan. The film, which debuted at SXSW, follows a maddeningly oblivious, tyrannical and emotionally stunted young woman who tries her best to negotiate two toxic friendships. In an indieWIRE interview earlier this year, Bronstein said that the film was inspired by, "all the thinking I'd been doing about friendship, female friendships in particular." She continued, "I am the type of person who has never had a large group of close friends, usually I'll have one or two very intensely close friendships." The film stars Bronstein, Greta Gerwig, Amy Judd, Josh Safdie, and Benny Safdie. Cinetic Rights Management brokered the relationship with DailyMotion and will take the film to other digital portals down the line. Writing about the film at SXSW, Eric Kohn called the movie, "one of the most original titles at the festival." [Eugene Hernandez]
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Dailymotion.com will host the free premiere of Mary Bronstein's "Yeast" this weekend. The online outlet announced the news at a party celebrating the movie last night in Manhattan. The film, which debuted at SXSW, follows a maddeningly oblivious, tyrannical and emotionally stunted young woman who tries her best to negotiate two toxic friendships. In an indieWIRE interview earlier this year, Bronstein said that the film was inspired by, "all the thinking I'd been doing about friendship, female friendships in particular." She continued, "I am the type of person who has never had a large group of close friends, usually I'll have one or two very intensely close friendships." The film stars Bronstein, Greta Gerwig, Amy Judd, Josh Safdie, and Benny Safdie. Cinetic Rights Management brokered the relationship with DailyMotion and will take the film to other digital portals down the line. Writing about the film at SXSW, Eric Kohn called the movie, "one of the most original titles at the festival." [Eugene Hernandez]

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