By Indiewire | Indiewire August 22, 1997 at 2:00AM
Sun Shines On Capital Entertainment
by Mark Rabinowitz
Capitol Entertainment, the Washington D.C. based distributor of such
foreign films as "The Silences of the Palaces", "A Paper Wedding" with Genevieve Bujold and "Lamb", which stars Liam Neeson, has
picked up the rights to the Argentine film "Autumn Sun (Sol de Otono)".
The film stars Norma Aleando ("Official Story") and Federico Luppi ("Cronos"
& John Sayles' "Men With Guns"), and is directed by Eduardo Mignogna.
Aleando picked up Best Actress honors at the San Sebastian Film Festival
and the film has been shown
shown at the San Francisco, Chicago International, and Miami film
festivals and will be screened at the upcoming Boston Film Festival.
Capitol Entertainment has been distributing foreign language and
independent films since 1989, and intends to release "Autumn Sun" in the
late fall or early winter. Ted Goldberg, the President of Capitol
Entertainment was previously with European Classics, where he was
involved in the distribution of such foreign films as Daniel Vigne's "The Return of Martin Guerre", Agnieszka Holland's "Angrey Harvest", "Les
Compreres", and "Shooting Party".