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    Sundance 2013: CNN Films and Magnolia Pictures Catch 'Blackfish'

    CNN Films and Magnolia Pictures have partnered to acquire U.S. rights to director Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s U.S. documentary competition film “Blackfish.” Magnolia will open the film in theaters over the summer, and CNN will air the doc on TV later in the year.

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    Watch All the Short Films Competing for an Oscar in Theaters February 1

    ShortsHD and Magnolia Pictures will release all of the Oscar nominated shorts in over 260 theaters across the U.S., Canada and Europe on February 1. This will be the eighth year the Academy's selection of short films hit theaters.

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    EXCLUSIVE: Magnolia Signs 1970s Rock Doc 'Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me' for Summer Release

    Magnolia Pictures has acquired North American rights to the music documentary “Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me.” The specialty distributor, which acquired and released “Marley” last spring, plans an early summer theatrical release.

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    Magnolia Takes Tobias Lindholm's AFI Fest-Winner 'A Hijacking' Hostage for North America

    Magnolia Pictures has picked up North American rights to Danish director Tobias Lindholm's second feature "A Highjacking." The film, which follows the complex fallout after a cargo ship is taken hostage by Somali pirates, has had a strong fest streak, including Venice, Toronto and AFI FEST, where it...

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    EXCLUSIVE: Magnolia Pictures Acquires Venice Fest Danish Thriller 'A Hijacking'

    Magnolia Pictures has picked up North American rights to Tobias Lindholm's “A Hijacking,” which recently won the audience award in the AFI Fest’s New Auteurs program. The specialty distributor plans a theatrical release in the spring.

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    Magnolia Pictures Nabs US Rights to Malick’s 'To the Wonder' for 2013 Release

    One of the luckiest things that ever happened to Terrence Malick was Fox Searchlight falling in love with his labor of love "The Tree of Life." Who else would have lavished so much care and attention on a film that topped out at $13.3 million domestic?

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    Terrence Malick's 'To the Wonder' Finally Lands With Magnolia Pictures

    In the second high-profile acquisition of the day, Magnolia Pictures announced Friday morning that it has secured U.S. rights to Terrence Malick’s “To the Wonder.” Also Friday, Entertainment One nailed down North American rights to Brian De Palma’s “Passion,” anot...

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    TIFF: Magnolia Acquires 'The Brass Teapot,' in which Temple and Angarano Strike Deal with Dishware

    Magnolia Pictures has picked up distribution rights for "The Brass Teapot," starring Juno Temple and Michael Angarano, following the film's debut at TIFF. The black comedy follows a broke newlywed couple who discover a magical teapot that rewards physical pain with cash.

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    Toronto 2012: Magnolia Warms to Dark Comedy 'The Brass Teapot' Starring Juno Temple

    In its second pick-up of the festival, Magnolia Pictures has pocketed North American distribution rights to “The Brass Teapot,” from first-time feature-film director Ramaa Mosley and screenwriter Tim Macy. The dark and quirky love story had its world premiere Saturday at the Toronto Inte...

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    TIFF Deal Update: Magnolia Buys 'No Place on Earth,' IFC Nabs Nair's 'Reluctant Fundamentalist'

    There's usually a deal in the offing when you see a street huddle after a screening of a Toronto title with advance buzz. Yesterday I saw Eamonn Bowles and his Magnolia team in a circle, heads bowed, intensely debating the merits of something they were thinking of buying. Lo and behold, the next day...

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