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    Film Movement Acquires US Rights to 'For A Woman'

    Film Movement announced today that they have acquired US Rights to "For A Woman" ("Pour Une Femme"), from director Diane Kurys ("Children of the Century," "Entre Nous.") A semi-autobiographical tale, "For A Woman" follows Anne, who, on the eve of her mother's death, uncovers a family secret in the f...

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    SnagFilms Acquires 22 Movies From Film Movement Including Winners from SXSW, Atlanta & Hamptons Film Fests

    Indiewire's parent company SnagFilms has acquired 22 movies that will soon be streaming at their recently redesigned website. The deal made with Film Movement includes "Small, Beautifully Moving Parts" — the Alfred P. Sloan award winner from the 2011 Hamptons Film Festival — and "Raju," a nominee fo...

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    Cannes Camera d'Or Winner 'Ilo Ilo' Goes to Film Movement

    This year's Camera d'Or winner, "Ilo Ilo," has secured U.S. distribution from Film Movement. Director Anthony Chen's Singapore-set drama was honored as the best first feature at this year's Cannes Film Festival. Film Movement has scheduled a release for the first quarter of 2014 followed by a limite...

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    Film Movement Acquires Taiwanese Tribeca Selection 'Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?'

    North American independent and foreign film distributor Film Movement has acquired the rights to Arvin Chen's ("Au Revoir Taipei") second film, "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?" from Media Asia Film. The film will make its U.S. premiere on April 19th at the Tribeca Film Festival.

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    Film Movement Acquires Rights to Japanese Black Comedy 'Key of Life'

    Film Movement has acquired North American rights to "Key of Life," a Japanese black comedy about identity theft as a desperate attempt at a new life. The film will open in New York in the summer of 2013 followed by a limited national run and a day-to-date VOD premiere.

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    Film Movement Acquires 'The Deflowering of Eva Van End' for 2013 Release

    Film Movement has acquired "The Deflowering of Eva Van End," the debut feature from Dutch director Michiel ten Horn. The film, which had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, will receive a New York theatrical and VOD release in the second quarter of 2013, with a limited rel...

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    Film Movement Cuts Deal With Tugg to Make 'Hitler's Children,' 'Prairie Love' & 13 More Available Theatrical on Demand

    Film Movement is the latest specialty distributor to cut a deal with theatrical-on-demand web platform Tugg to make some of its catalog available for screenings in local theaters at audiences’ request.

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    Film Movement Acquires Rufus Norris' Cannes Critics' Week Drama 'Broken,' Starring Tim Roth

    Rufus Norris' "Broken," the opening-night film of the Cannes Film Festival’s Critics' Week, has been acquired for U.S. distribution by Film Movement. The film is slated for a theatrical release in early 2013 in addition to a cable VOD premiere.

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    Film Movement Discovers Argentinian Drama 'Clandestine Childhood'

    Film Movement has acquired the debut of Argentinean filmmaker Benjamin Ávila, “Clandestine Childhood” (“Infancia Clandestina”), which screened in the Director’s Fortnight sidebar at Cannes in May. After showings at the San Sebastian and Toronto film festivals, th...

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    Film Movement Acquires Elie Wajeman's Cannes Drama 'Alyah'

    Film Movement has acquired North American rights to French writer-director Elie Wajeman’s drama “Alyah,” which had its world premiere in the Directors’ Fortnight sidebar of the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. The specialty distributor will release the film theatrically in New York...

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