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    'The Who' Documentary 'Lambert & Stamp' Acquired by Sony Pictures Classics

    Anyone wondering just how 'The Who' came to creation should be delighted at the news of the documentary "Lambert & Stamp," which recently premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival to rave reviews, now having been acquired by Sony Pictures Classics. The distributor has just bought all North America...

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    Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions Buy 'Dear White People,' Indiewire's Project of the Year

    Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions have acquired North American rights to Justin Simien’s “Dear White People,” Indiewire’s Project of the Year.

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    Exclusive: Tim Sutton's 'Memphis' Sells to Kino Lorber and Vimeo

    Indiewire has exclusively learned that Tim Sutton's sophomore feature "Memphis" (he previously directed "Pavilion") has sold to Vimeo and Kino Lorber. The film played at both the Venice and Sundance film festivals.

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    Sundance Grand Jury Doc Prize Winner 'Rich Hill' Lands Distribution

    This year's winner of the Sundance Grand Jury Documentary Prize, "Rich Hill," directed by Tracy Droz Tragos and Andrew Droz Palemo, has finally landed distribution via a partnership between Independent Lens and music distribution company, The Orchard. Independent Lens will broadcast the film nationa...

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    Amplify Acquires the Terrence Malick-Produced 'The Better Angels'

    After making its way through the festival circuit (Sundance, Berlin and more), the US rights to A.J. Edwards' "The Better Angels" have been picked up by Amplify. The black-and-white narrative about Abraham Lincoln's childhood was produced by Terrence Malick and stars Diane Kruger.

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    FilmBuff Nabs Innovative Somali Pirate Doc 'Last Hijack' Out of SXSW

    After its North America premiere at the 2014 SXSW Film Festival, the creative Somali pirate documentary "Last Hijack" was picked up by Filmbuff. A theatrical release is to follow, and the doc will be on demand this summer. The film just had it's world premiere at the 2014 Berlin International Film F...

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    Monterey Media Picks Up Kate Connor and Eric Stoltz Drama 'Fort McCoy'

    After a success festival circuit run that included Boston, Cannes Independent, Rhode Island, Savannah and more, the U.S. and Canadian rights to "Fort McCoy" were acquired today by Monterey Media.

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    SXSW: Fandor Acquires 'Easy' for Daniel Laabs Shorts Showcase

    Fandor has won the distribution rights for "Easy," the new short film by Dallas-based writer/director Daniel Laabs. The film will play on Fandor starting March 7, the day of its debut at SXSW.

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    Picturehouse Acquires Adam Wingard's Thriller 'The Guest'

    SXSW is just around the corner, but Sundance news isn't over yet. Picturehouse has acquired all U.S. distribution rights for the Sundance film "The Guest," Adam Wingard's follow-up to "You're Next."

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    SXSW Sci-Fi Film 'Space Station 76' Acquired by Sony Pictures Worldwide

    Comedy and science-fiction are two genres that rarely get mixed together, especially when thrown into the mid-1970s are thrown into the mix. But writer/director Jack Plotnick has managed to pull of such a feat with his latest film "Space Station 76," which premieres March 8 at SXSW and to which Sony...

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