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Gravitas Ventures plans a day-and-date theatrical and VOD launch on January 6 to the film about the digital currency and its impact on the market.
Dan Fisher brokered the deal for Gravitas Ventures with Preferred Content on behalf of Periscope Entertainment.
Vertical Entertainment has signed North American rights from High Octane Pictures to The Veil following a bidding war that started at the Afm. Vertical plans a second quarter 2017 theatrical launch on the action film directed by Brent Ryan Green.Bond/360 has acquired Us rights from Cinetic to Francesco Carrozzini’s Franca: Chaos & Creation, the documentary about the director’s mother, Italian Vogue editor-in-chief Franca Sozzani. The film will get a limited theatrical and digital day-and-date launch in 2017Pro-tek Vaults will develop for Paramount Pictures a state-of-the-art storage facility to preserve the studio’s film library. Pro-tek plans to complete construction of the new vaults in the
This is the third year that Skywalker Ranch will host the Music and Sound Design Labs, a joint initiative between the Sundance Institute’s Film Music Program and Feature Film and the Film Music Program and Documentary Film Program.
The Music and Sound Design Labs provide workshops and creative exercises for composers, directors and sound designers to collaborate on the process of designing a soundtrack for film.
“This year’s fellows include an outstanding group of composers whose work will deepen and enrich the experience of the diverse personal stories being told by these fiction and documentary filmmakers,” said Sundance Institute Film Music Program director Peter Golub.
“Skywalker Sound is the perfect space for composers, filmmakers and sound designers to come together to explore
The event, taking place at the Sundance Resort in Utah from May 25-June 25, runs annually in order to discover and enhance the up-and-coming independent film artists in film, theatre, new media and episodic content.
Each filmmaker will also work with a group of Creative Advisors, professional actors and production crews, including Robert Redford, Catherine Hardwicke, Ed Harris, Caleb Deschanel and Scott Z Burns.
This year’s selections feature works from six different countries, including the Us, Brazil, China, France, Georgia and the UK and vary from documentary, theatre, music, animation, new media and visual art categories.
The selections are:
Bart Layton / American Animals (UK);
Yung Chang / Eggplant (China-Canada):
Olivia Newman / First Match (USA);
Christopher Makoto Yogi / I Was A Simple Man (USA);
Nia DaCosta / Little Woods (USA);
Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre / Mustang (France);
Mark Kindred / Rogue (USA); and
Brent Green, Michael McGinley and [link
The Lab is one of the Institute’s 24 year-round residency programmes and in this case will work with a team of creative advisors led by artistic director Scott Frank that includes Kasi Lemmons, John Lee Hancock and Naomi Foner.
“Together with my colleague, Labs Director Ilyse McKimmie, we are honoured to welcome our new group of fellows to the January Screenwriters Lab,” said founding director of the Sundance Institute Feature Film Program Michelle Satter.
“They represent a broad spectrum of independent vision with stories that reflect our complex world with emotional truth and urgency. The Lab is the beginning of our year-round support for these film-makers. We look forward to working with them throughout the life cycle of the project.”
The projects and fellows selected for the 2015 January Screenwriters Lab are:
Archive (USA), Jonathan Minard (co-writer-director) and Scott Rashap (co-writer
Set in a war-torn land where tribal factions live in fear of annihilation, The Veil tells the story of a deadly warrior leading a destructive war campaign. When he is betrayed by his own and left for dead, he is healed by a mysterious princess and taken in by a hidden tribe that believes he was chosen to wage a final battle.
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The Dylan Baker Film, inspired by the true life events of Freeman, who played football for Corbin High School in the mid 1990′s despite being blind, will release nationwide in theaters on October 3, 2014 through Ocean Avenue Entertainment, Inc. in association with Toy Gun Films.
The film stars Stephen Lang, Alexa Vega, Kim Zimmer,Timothy Busfield, Dylan Baker, and Fred D. Thompson.
23 Blast features Freeman, a typical teenager growing up in a small town in Kentucky, who is a local hero on and off the field. In the fall of 1997, in the prime of his youth, he is unexpectedly stricken with an infection that destroys his optic nerve. He becomes blind overnight. Under the influence of parents who love him,
The project is currently in production and tells of a deadly warrior left for dead in a war-torn land who is adopted by a secret tribe.
William Moseley and Serinda Swan also star and Brent Ryan Green directs The Veil from a screenplay by Jeff Goldberg, who also produces.
“I have dreamed of doing a role like this since I was a kid,” said Levy. “The character of Warrior is so layered, and it is giving me a chance to show my full acting range. It’s an actor’s dream.”
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