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They got off to a shaky start in ’10, and the turn around commenced somewhere around the same time last year when they released The Woman in Black, and now, along with Dylan Kidd’s Get a Job and the Sundance smash Toy’s House, CBS Films are looking at a strong ’13 campaign as they beat off some stiff competition to grab the domestic distribution rights to the Coen Bros.’ highly anticipated Inside Llewyn Davis. Deadline reports that they got the title for under $5 million – the biggie question now is what will be Studio Canal’s festival strategy and does this receive a summer or awards-friendly fall release?

Gist: Based on the life of musician Dave van Ronk (played by Oscar Isaac) and van Ronk’s memoir, “The Mayor of MacDougal Street” this is about a singer-songwriter navigates New York’s folk music scene (Greenwich Village) during the 1960s.

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- Eric Lavallee

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