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.
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