Clea Duvall first effort behind the camera has paid off in spades.
The character actress’s directorial debut, "The Intervention," has been sold for "just north of $2 million" at Sundance to Paramount Home Media. The film is also competing in the festival’s U.S. drama section.
Duvall also wrote and co-stars in this homage to "The Big Chill," which finds a married pair discovering that their weekend getaway with three other couples is actually an intervention for their relationship.
PHM is planning a day-and-date VOD release in partnership with a third party to handle the theatrical rollout.