Independent film distributor Vision Films has added two features and one documentary to their upcoming slate, including “A Year and Change,” the romantic comedy “A Date with Miss Fortune” and the music biography “Sam Smith: Dreams Come True.”
“A Year and Change” is the touching story about a young man who, after getting drunk and falling off a roof at a New Year’s party, decides it is time to make some changes in his life. The film stars Bryan Greenberg opposite T.R. Knight, Jamie Chung, Claire van der Boom and Jamie Hector.
“A Date with Miss Fortune” comes from from Canadian director John L’Ecuyer and focuses on a struggling writer who is rescued by a superstitious Portuguese beauty. The film was released theatrically in Portugal as “Um Encntro Com o Destino” in August to rave reviews. Jeannette Sousa, Ryan Scott, Joaquim de Almeida and Nelly Furtado.
The final film picked up for distribution, “Sam Smith: Dreams Come True” is an exclusive biography with performances of some of Sam Smith’s most popular songs. The doc will be a multi-continent release in partnership with the Odeon Entertainment Group in the UK.
These films are additions to Vision Films’ new domestic division, which now includes a DVD and VOD label. “Vision Films has an eye towards acquiring top-notch independent feature films and documentaries that entertain, inspire, and inform audiences. The themes that work for us are people doing good things for others, music, and pop culture,” said Lise Romanoff.
Vision has not given a release date for any of the titles.