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Oscilloscope Laboratories has announced that it has acquired North American rights to Bill and Turner Ross's documentary "Tchoupitoulas," which premiered at SXSW earlier this year. The directors' follow-up to the acclaimed "45365," Indiewire called the film "visually masterful" in our SXSW review. The deal was finalized at the recently completed Cannes Film Festival. David Laub and Dan Berger of Oscilloscope negotiated the deal with George Rush on behalf of the filmmakers. Full press release below. New York, New York (June 4, 2012)-- Oscilloscope Laboratories announced today that it has acquired North American rights to Bill and Turner Ross’s acclaimed documentary Tchoupitoulas (pronounced Chop-ih-tou-less).  The film premiered to rave reviews at the South by South Film Festival this past March.  It has continued its successful run at festivals throughout the spring, winning awards at HotDocs, The Dallas »


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