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    Strand Releasing Acquires Bruce LaBruce's Venice and TIFF Entry, 'Gerontophilia'

    Bruce LaBruce is about to be back where he belongs: shocking (/ educating) cinema audiences and taking name, etc. Strand Releasing has just nabbed all US rights to his new film "Gerontophillia" and is planning an early 2015 release.

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    Strand Releasing Nabs James Franco and Travis Mathews' Sexy Gay Pic 'Interior. Leather Bar.'

    Months after premiering at the Sundance and Berlin Film Festivals, James Franco and Travis Mathews' racy erotic drama "Interior. Leather Bar." has found a home with Strand Releasing, who acquired U.S. and select foreign rights. The film is inspired by the rumored 40-minutes of gay S&M footage ed...

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    Strand Releasing Picks Up Baseball Doc 'Branca's Pitch'

    Ralph Branca, Brooklyn, and Dodgers fans may want to forget about 1951 and "The Shot Heard Round the World," but it seems history has other plans. Strand Releasing has acquired North American rights to Andrew Muscato's baseball documentary about the pitcher, Branca, who gave up what is perhaps the m...

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    Strand Releasing Acquires Matt Porterfield's Acclaimed Sundance Drama 'I Used to Be Darker'

    Strand Releasing has acquired all U.S. distribution rights to Matt Porterfield's "I Used to Be Darker," which premiered at Sundance this year before playing at Berlin and winning Best Narrative Feature at the Atlanta Film Festival. The deal was negotiated between Strand Releasing's Jon Gerrans and t...

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    Open Road Takes A Drive With Joe Carnahan's 'The Grey'

    Cannes Favorite 'Bonsai' & Poland's Oscar Entry 'In Darkness' Get Picked Up"Haters prepare," warned director Joe Carnahan last week and given the growing buzz surrounding his wilderness survival pic "The Grey" it seems to be some sage advice for those wondering if the director of "Narc" was a one-hit wonder. Starring Liam Neeson, Dallas Roberts, James Badge Dale, Dermot Mulroney, Frank Grillo, Nonso Anozie and Joe Anderson, the gritty thriller focuses on a group of pipeline workers in Alaska who are flying back to civilization after being remote for a number of months. The 737 they’re on goes down, and they are hunted by a pack of rogue wolve...

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