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London — Mousetrap Films’ distribution platform Film Festival Flix has picked up U.S. rights to Thomas Imbach’s costume drama “Mary Queen of Scots,” which stars Camille Rutherford. The deal was inked by Picture Tree Intl.
The movie, which world preemed in competition in Locarno, tells the story of Mary’s struggles between duty, the love for another man and the politics of the crown, as told through letters written to Queen Elizabeth I of England. The letters ultimately lead to her imprisonment and death.
“Adulthood” tells the tale of a group of friends entering their thirties, who, through unforeseen events, are forced to realize that adulthood means taking responsibility for themselves, their happiness, and their lives. The deal was made through Markwood Films.
“Starting from Scratch” stars James Huang, »
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Film Festival Flix has picked up North American rights to a three films led by Mary Queen Of Scots.
The new titles will be used as part of Mousetrap Films’ distribution platform Film Festival Flix.
Film Festival Flix is also launching a monthly online short film competition with $5,000 in cash prizes.
In November, the 10 finallists will screen together in select theatres across the Us. The winner »
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