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    iW NEWS | Visit Gets Safdie's "Robbed" for Cannes

    Unveiling its lineup for next week's Cannes Market, Visit Films has announced its acquisition of international rights to Josh Safdie's "The Pleasure of Being Robbed," which will close the Director's Fortnight section this year. Also on Visit's slate are Azazel Jacobs's Sundance hit "Momma's Man," Olaf De Fleur's Berlinale Teddy Award winner "The Amazing Truth About Queen Raquela," Stephen Higgins and Nina Gilden Seavey's "The Matador" from SXSW and Guy Moshe's "Holly." The company recently closed a spate of deals on recent market titles, including a 4 film pact with MovieMobz in Brazil for "Arranged," "Hannah Takes The Stairs," "Choking Man,"...

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    iW NEWS | Strand Buds a "Blossom"

    Doris Doerrie's "Cherry Blossoms-Hanami" has been been picked by Strand Releasing in the U.S. from Bavaria Film International. L.A. based Strand plans an Autumn release for the film. Bavaria is touting sales in over 30 territories, including Hong Kong and Denmark. [Brian Brooks]

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    HR | Maya Makes "Sleep Dealer" Pact

    Maya Entertainment is acquiring all U.S. rights to Alex Rivera's "Sleep Dealer," according to The Hollywood Reporter. The company is planning a theatrical and home video release.

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    iW NEWS | NonStop Takes Nordic Rights For "Cowboys," "Faster"

    Sweden-based NonStop Entertainment left the Tribeca Film Festival with two documentaries - Billy Corben's "Cocaine Cowboys 2: Hustin' With The Godmother," and Christopher Bells' "Bigger, Stronger, Faster." NonStop acquired distribution rights from Magnolia PIctures for both films in Sweden, Norway, ...

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    iW NEWS | TV Deal for "Waiting for Hockney"

    Channel 4 and More 4 have announced a UK television deal for Julia Checkoway's "Waiting For Hockney," about American artist Billy Pappas. The film had its world premiere in the Discovery section at the Tribeca Film Festival.

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    iW NEWS | Goldwyn and Sony Get "Elegy"

    iW NEWS | Goldwyn and Sony Get "Elegy"

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    iW NEWS | THINKFilm Makes Theatrical & Home Video Deal for "Roman Polanski" Doc

    U.S. theatrical and home video rights to Sundance '08 doc "Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired" have been acquired by THINKFilm from HBO, which acquired the title at the festival in January. "Polanski" will have its international premiere at the upcoming Cannes Film Festival. HBO will air the film on June 9th, and THINK will launch a theatrical roll out beginning July 11 in New York. Directed by Marina Zenovich, the film spotlights the the public scandal and private tragedy that drove the legendary director from the United States more than 30 years ago. "Marina's film is one of the best documentaries I've seen in years," commented Urman in a s...

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    iW NEWS | Filmax Goes with "Paraiso Travel"

    Filmax has acquired international sales rights and Spanish theatrical rights to Simon Brand's "Paraiso Travel." Screening as a North American premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, Filmax will have the title in the Cannes Market next month. CAA is handling North American rights. Based on Jorge Franc...

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    VAR | IFC Takes "Fermat's Room"

    IFC has acquired North American rights to Luis Piedrahita and Rodrigo Sopena's "Fermat's Room," according to Variety. The film is currently screening in the Discovery section at the Tribeca Film Festival.

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    iW NEWS | Magnolia Goes "Red" in North America

    North American rights to Trygve Allister Diesen and Lucky McKee's Sundance feature, "Red" have been picked up by Magnolia Pictures, the company announced Monday afternoon. Starring Brian Cox, Robert Englund, Amanda Plummer and Tom Sizemore, the revenge thriller opens with the murder of the titular 14 year-old dog, sole companion of elderly recluse Avery Ludlow (Cox). Avery tracks down the troubled teen who murdered his dog without much trouble, but instead of receiving simple justice from the boy's father (Sizemore) he finds himself caught in a spiral of increasingly violent acts of retribution. Magnolia plans a late summer theatrical rollout...

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