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DAILY NEWS: New Yorker’s “Dolan” Deal

DAILY NEWS: New Yorker's "Dolan" Deal

DAILY NEWS: New Yorker's "Dolan" Deal

by Eugene Hernandez

>>New Yorker Nabs Kerrigan’s “Claire Dolan”

(indieWIRE/2.11.2000) — Lodge Kerrigan‘s second feature, “Claire Dolan,” has been acquired by
New Yorker Films for theatrical distribution following its U.S.
theatrical premiere kicking off February 25th at Lincoln Center’s
Walter Reader Theater
in Manhattan.

The film, which stars Katrin Cartlidge (“Naked,” “Breaking the Waves“),
Colm Meaney (“The Snapper“), and Vincent D’Onofrio.

Winner of the IFP/West Someone to Watch Award in 1995, Lodge Kerrigan
caught the eye of indie moviegoers in 1993 with the debut of his first
feature, “Clean, Shaven,” at the Cannes and Sundance Film Festivals.
“Dolan” debuted at Cannes in 1998.

The film’s debut this month kicks off American Independent Visions,
a new series at the Walter Reade Theater from The Film Society of
Lincoln Center and the IFP.

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