Sundance 07 News: LAST MINUTE DEALS AT FEST’S END

<i>Sundance 07 News</i>: LAST MINUTE DEALS AT FEST’S END

The 2007 Sundance Film Festival closed with a few more distribution deals, making the festival one of the most deal-friendly in recent history. ThinkFilm acquired North American rights to “The Ten” for an estimated $4.5 million, while IFC and Netflix’s Red Envelope Entertainment were said to have been closing a deal with “The Protagonist.”

A number of films were also expected to sell post-festival, including award winners “Padre Nuestro” and “Manda Bala.”

Read all about the final frenzy at Variety>>>




Posted on January 29, 2007 in News by
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