Ira Deutchman
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People forget that the arts have always required champions, and this is as true today as ever. Irwin Young was one of those champions.
"Searching for Mr. Rugoff" often feels like inside baseball for film buffs, but audiences of that group will be charmed by it.
In an outtake from upcoming documentary "Searching for Mr. Rugoff," the late Robert Downey Sr. talks about how his breakout film almost didn't find a buyer.
The indie producer, distributor, and marketer has an optimistic view about the fate of theaters once a vaccine becomes widely available.
Many movies are costly to preserve. Others have disappeared. It's a problem no one saw coming.
Ira Deutchman is planning a new approach for the release of "Indivisible" to address the challenge facing Italian films in the U.S.
The indie film veteran is currently producing and directing a documentary about movie business executive Donald Rugoff.
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