Film Collaborative Publishes Final Wrap-Up of Sundance 2012 Deals
On June 13th, 2012 The Film Collaborative associate Bryan Glick published a comprehensive wrap-up of all the filmmakers deals that have come out of the Sundance Film Festival 2012.
Noteworthy recent developments? It took a while, but with the announcement that Tribeca Films had acquired North American rights to “The Comedy” and “For Ellen,” every film in the 2012 US Dramatic Competition now has a US Distributor.
Biggest dealmakers? "IFC/IFC Midnight acquired a whopping 8 films and their sister division Sundance Selects got 2! Magnolia/Magnet was a not even close second with 6 films. Oscilloscope, Indomina, and [Sony Pictures Classics] all showed prominence with four films a piece. Other companies acquiring multiple films include Music Box, Zeitgeist, Tribeca Films, The Weinstein Company, Kino Lorber, and Fox Searchlight."
Thanks to Sheri Candler for the link.
Posted by Randy Finch on Wednesday, June 13, 2012
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