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Sony Classics Gets "Italian"

By Indiewire | Indiewire January 23, 2006 at 4:10AM

Sony Pictures Classics has acquired North American rights to Andrei Kravchuk's "The Italian, the Russian entry for Academy Awards consideration in the best foreign language film category. The film is described as "a lyrical drama about a young child's complicated journey to finding his mother, his home, and his quest to determine his identity." Michael Barker and Tom Bernard and Dylan Leiner from Sony Classics negotiated the deal with Lenfilm. [Eugene Hernandez]
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Sony Pictures Classics has acquired North American rights to Andrei Kravchuk's "The Italian, the Russian entry for Academy Awards consideration in the best foreign language film category. The film is described as "a lyrical drama about a young child's complicated journey to finding his mother, his home, and his quest to determine his identity." Michael Barker and Tom Bernard and Dylan Leiner from Sony Classics negotiated the deal with Lenfilm. [Eugene Hernandez]

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