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    Sundance Selects Acquires U.S. Rights to 'A Murder in the Park'

    Double murder, a death sentence, an almost-martyr and a fabricated confession. "A Murder in the Park" has it all.

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    Viola Davis and Jennifer Lopez's 'Lila and Eve' Acquired by Samuel Goldwyn Films

    Lopez and Davis last acted together in 1998's "Out of Sight."

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    Strand Releasing Acquires U.S. Rights To Pat Mills' Comedy 'Guidance'

    "Guidance" also stars Zahra Bentham, Tracey Hoyt, Kevin Hanchard, Alex Ozerov and Eleanor Zichy.

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    Ryan Gosling-Produced 'White Shadow' Acquired by IndiePix

    The Sundance Grand Jury Award nominee will hit selected theaters later this year.

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    Kino Lorber Acquires Jafar Panahi's Berlin-Winning 'Taxi'

    Darren Aronofsky, President of the 2015 Berlinale jury described "Taxi" as a "love letter to cinema."

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    Exclusive: The Orchard Acquires North American Rights to Sebastian Silva's 'Nasty Baby,' Starring Kristen Wiig

    The Chilean filmmaker's latest has found a home following a successful festival run.

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    Sundance Comedy 'People, Places, Things' Acquired By The Film Arcade

    Our critic called the film "ceaselessly entertaining" after a screening in Park City.

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    Random Media Acquires 'Camilla Dickinson' and 'The Jokesters' at 2015 Berlinale

    "Camilla Dickinson" is a Madeleine L'Engle adaptation and "The Jokesters" is an indie horror about a prank that goes too far.

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    Exclusive: Magnet Releasing Acquires Action Thriller 'Skin Trade'

    Action cinema icons Dolph Lundgren and Tony Jaa team up for the first time.

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    Drafthouse Films Acquires '80s Cult Classic 'Roar,' Plans Theatrical Release

    This film will make you say, "What...wait...WHAT?!"

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