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Regent/Here Films to release 'Watercolors'

14 January 2010 12:00 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Regent Releasing/Here Films has acquired U.S. rights to David Oliveras' teen drama "Watercolors," from Silverlight Entertainment.

The film will open theatrically, as part of a split triple bill with "Misconceptions" and "Murder in Fashion" on Jan. 22 in New York and Los Angeles.

The film stars Tye Olson, Kyle Clare, Greg Louganis and Karen Black. »

- By Gregg Kilday

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Indie Roundup: 'Watercolors,' 'Down Terrace,' 'Human Centipede'

13 January 2010 2:15 PM, PST | Cinematical | See recent Cinematical news »

Indie Roundup is your weekly guide to what's new and upcoming in the wonderful world of independent film. Pictured above, clockwise from upper left: Watercolors, Down Terrace, The Human Centipede (First Sequence), The Dungeon Masters.

Deals. Regent Releasing has acquired Watercolors, a drama directed by David Oliveras. Flashbacks reveal the troubled relationship between Danny (Tye Olson), a budding artist, and Carter (Kyle Clare), a high school swimming star. Years later, Danny is still dealing with the aftershocks. "Writer/director David Oliveras has created a powerful and erotic feature length debut," wrote Gregg Shapiro in Chicago Free Press. The film plays in New York and Los Angeles starting on January 22 as part of a three-film series, and starts January 29 in San Francisco. More information is available at the official site.

Our friends at indieWIRE report that Magnet Releasing has picked up Ben Wheatley's Down Terrace, described as a criminal 'genre bender. »

- Peter Martin

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