Yes, the Sundance Film Festival is a temple to the glory of independent film and the purity of the art of cinema and blah blah blah. But it is also a vital marketplace for indie distributors to find the next blockbuster Little Miss Sunshine, or acclaimed Beasts of the Southern Wild, or wildly overpriced Happy, Texas. With the festival drawing to a close, Sundance 2013 has already proven to be one of the biggest deal-making festivals in recent memory, producing several major sales of movies that will either go on to become some of the buzziest films of the year, or, you know… not. We’ll update this space with additional deal reports throughout the week ahead. Here are the highlights so far: READ FULL STORY
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Concussion, the provocative Sundance tale about a woman whose life takes a sharp right turn after she gets smacked in the head at her son’s baseball game, was acquired by RADiUS – TWC for North American distribution. Robin Weigert plays the woman, a married lesbian mother who pursues a life as a Manhattan escort following her injury. It is the first film from director Stacie Passon, who also wrote the script. The film also stars Maggie Siff, Johnathan Tchaikovsky, Julie Fain Lawrence, Emily Kinney and Laila Robins.
RADiUS has slated an early fall 2013 release.
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