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Oscilloscope Lands Controversial Sundance Doc 'After Tiller'

Photo of Nigel M Smith By Nigel M Smith | Indiewire February 15, 2013 at 1:26PM

Fresh of its Sundance run, the third-trimester abortion documentary "After Tiller" has landed a North American home at Oscilloscope Laboratories. The feature film debut of Martha Shane and Lana Wilson will next screen at the True/False Film Festival. Oscilloscope plans a nationwide theatrical release, followed by VOD, digital and home releases.
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"After Tiller."
Sundance "After Tiller."

Fresh of its Sundance run, the third-trimester abortion documentary "After Tiller" has landed a North American home at Oscilloscope Laboratories. The feature film debut of Martha Shane and Lana Wilson will next screen at the True/False Film Festival. Oscilloscope plans a nationwide theatrical release, followed by VOD, digital and home releases.

READ MORE: Sundance Review: Moving 'After Tiller' Makes the Case For Third-Trimester Abortions

O-Scope’s Dan Berger and David Laub said in a statement, "Martha and Lana have created a moving and unique exploration of one of the most incendiary topics of our time, and they’ve done so in an informative, thought-provoking, and compassionate way.  We were so impressed with their ability to present such a controversial issue with such respect and complexity, allowing the film to resonate equally for people both for and against the procedure."

READ MORE: Martha Shane and Lana Wilson Track the Lives of Third-Trimester Abortion Doctors in 'After Tiller'

The film was written by Shane, Wilson, and Greg O’Toole and produced by Shane and Wilson. David Laub and Dan Berger of O-scope negotiated the deal with Cinetic Media on behalf of the filmmakers.

This article is related to: After Tiller, Acquisitions, Oscilloscope Laboratories







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