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17 September 2010 // IN Our Movies

Sara Ziff talks Picture Me on Fox 5


Sara Ziff was interviewed on FOX 5 this morning. Her film PICTURE ME, co-directed with Ole Schell, opens today in New York. Click here to see the video




17 September 2010 // IN Our Movies

Picture Me on gawker.com: 45,000 hits and counting!




In lead up to it's US theatrical release today, Picture Me is featured in an article on gawker.com. Since appearing on the site yesterday, the story has been read by more than 45,000 people. Keep spreading the word!

Full story on gawker.com





17 September 2010 // IN Our Filmmakers

IndieWire feature on Adele Romanski




Check out this great IndieWire piece on Adele Romanski, producer of both The Freebie and The Myth of the American Sleepover. We already knew she kicks serious behind in the world of indie film and now everyone else does too!

FUTURES | Producer, Editor, Director Adele Romanski
by Brian Brooks

An editor, producer and now trying her hand at directing, Adele Romanski has traveled the gamut behind the camera. She produced David Robert Mitchell's 'The Myth of the American Sleepover,' as well as Katie Aselton's directorial debut, 'The Freebie,' which screened in the inaugural NEXT section at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival where it was acquired for domestic distribution by Phase 4 Films (and opening theatrically on Friday September 17th).

Click here to continue reading on the IndieWire site






14 September 2010 // IN Festivals and Forums

'Myth' is a winner in Deauville!




Congratulations to David Robert Mitchell and his film, The Myth of the American Sleepover for winning the Prix du Jury at the Deauville American Film Festival this past weekend. The Jury, who were led by actress Emmanuelle Beart, declared Myth a joint winner with Debra Granik's Winter's Bone.

Click here to read more about the win on Variety






2 September 2010 // IN Spotlight on Visit

Visit Films picks up international sales on Toronto-bound duo


2 September, 2010 | By Jeremy Kay

Ryan Kampe and Sylvain Tron of New York-based Visit Films will commence sales next week on Small Town Murder Songs and Look, Stranger.

Ed Gass-Donnelly wrote and directed Small Town Murder Songs, which will receive its world premiere in the Contemporary World Cinema section.

The modern gothic tale of crime and redemption stars Peter Stormare as an aging police officer from a small Ontario Mennonite town who hides a violent past until a local murder upsets the calm of his newly reformed life. Aaron Poole, Jill Hennessey and Martha Plimpton round out the key cast.

Look, Stranger is written and directed by Arielle Javitch and screens in the Discovery section. The story centres on a woman who makes the dangerous journey home from a refugee camp and stars acclaimed Romanian actress Anamaria Marinca. Lisa Muskat produced.

Javitch was supported in production by the Sundance Institute / Anneberg Foundation, Cinereach, New York State Council On The Arts, and the Berlinale Talent Campus.

Visit Films will also be supporting a number of other recent titles, including Sarajevo competition winner Tilva Rosh, Locarno competition title Cold Weather, and Cannes Critic's Week premiere The Myth Of The American Sleepover.

Click here to read the article on Screen Daily's website


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