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Since joining Sony Pictures Classics 22 years ago, Dylan Leiner has contributed to breaking the barriers for subtitled movies in the U.S. and paving the way for the next wave of filmmakers across a couple of continents.
On top of his sourcing and acquisition duties, Leiner, who serves as exec VP of acquisition and production at Spc, is now increasingly involved in programs aimed at fostering and sustaining film culture among diverse communities in the U.S. and most recently in Israel, where he has enlisted the prestigious Jerusalem-based Sam Spiegel Film & Television School to launch a program with the Marcie Bloom Fellowship in Film in the U.S.
Born in London, raised in Los Angeles and educated at Wesleyan University in Connecticut, Leiner, who now lives in New York, is passionate about foreign cultures, contemporary art, design, and architecture, which enriches his critical appreciation of movies. “I grew up »
- Elsa Keslassy
Longmire will get a proper sendoff.
The final season will consist of 10 episodes and air sometime in 2017.
First airing on A&E, the series was off the air quite a while as long-time fans sent angry messages about pulling the show.
Longmire was getting decent ratings when it last aired on a traditional cable network, and fans voices went unheard.
Or so they thought.
That's where Netflix came in and saved that day. It was the success of Longmire on Netflix and being saved from destruction that has helped so many fans make the appeal to Netflix when their now-favorite shows are on the chopping block.
What they have to remember, however, is that Longmire came with the goods: cast, writing, viewers were all well above standard.
- Carissa Pavlica
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