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Monterey Media Acquires Three Films, Including Works Starring Gerard Depardieu and Harvey Keitel

Indiewire By Ramzi De Coster | Indiewire October 17, 2013 at 3:41PM

Monterey Media announced today the acquisition of U.S. and Canada rights to "No God, No Master," "Redwood Highway" and "A Farewell to Fools."
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"A Farewell to Fools"
"A Farewell to Fools"

Monterey Media announced today the acquisition of U.S. and Canada rights to "No God, No Master," "Redwood Highway" and "A Farewell to Fools."

"No God, No Master" starring Oscar nominee David Strathairn, follows U.S. Bureau of Investigation Agent William Flynn (Starthairn) as he investigates a 1919 anti-democratic anarchist bombing campaign against prominent politicians and businessmen. "No God, No Master" is set to debut theatrically Spring 2014. 

"Redwood Highway" starring Oscar nominee Shirley Knight and Tom Skerritt is a family-themed tale on seventy-five year old Marie's (Knight) decision to walk the 100 mile highway-long trip to her granddaughter's wedding that along way forces her to confront physical obstacles as well as the lingering troubles of her past. "Red Wood Highway" will release theatrically in April 2014.

"A Farewell to Fools" starring Oscar nominees Gerard Depardieu and Harvey Keitel follows the unique story of a World War II-era Romanian village as it collectively endeavors to pressure a village madman Ipu (Depardieu) into claiming responsibility for the death of a German soldier in order to avoid a village-wide massacre by the Nazis. Shoreline and Monterey have planned to assemble a Spring 2014 theatrical release. 

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