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Film Movement Takes “A Simple Curve”

Film Movement Takes "A Simple Curve"

North American film distributor Film Movement has acquired Canadian director Aubrey Nealon‘s “A Simple Curve,” the group recently announced. A winner for best writer/director at the Nantucket Film Festival, the film is the story of Caleb, the son of hippie parents including his carpenter father who lacks any business acumen. When a friend of his father’s arrives in the valley to develop a high-end fishing lodge, Caleb sees fortune looming, provided he can keep his father distracted long enough. But a small deception leads to colossal betrayal, and soon Caleb must face the fact that he’s “reached that treasured day when a boy becomes man enough to stand up to his father.” Adley Gartenstein, director of business affairs for Film Movement negotiated the deal with George Baptist of Idaho Peak Productions Ltd. No theatrical release date was announced. [Brian Brooks]

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