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    The Orchard Acquires Comic Documentary 'The Yes Men Are Revolting'

    The third entry in the "Yes Men" documentary series premiered earlier this year at the Toronto International Film Festival.

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    Exclusive: Sundance Selects Acquires Spandau Ballet Doc 'Soul Boys of the Western World'

    The feature documentary explores one 80s boy band's impact on the music world.

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    BOND/360 Acquires War Documentary 'In Country,' Ahead of DOC NYC Premiere

    War is hell on Earth, and the men in this film keep going back for more.

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    Image Entertainment Acquires Comedy 'The Rewrite'

    Image Entertainment has picked up "The Rewrite," a rom-com about a washed up screenwriter trying to get his groove back through a university teaching gig.

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    Oscilloscope Acquires Collin Schiffil's Debut Film 'Animals'

    "Animals" stars David Dastmalchain, who appeared in "Prisoners" and "The Dark Knight," and marked its world premiere at South by Southwest earlier this year.

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    Breaking Glass Pictures Acquires Crime Thriller 'Abstraction'

    The film from director Prince Bagdasarian stars Eric Roberts and Ken Davitian.

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    Sundance Selects Picks Up DOC NYC Opener 'Do I Sound Gay?'

    Dan Savage is coming to a theater near you (most likely in limited release) next summer.

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    Amplify Acquires Docu-Narrative 'Felt' To Help Shed Light On Rape Culture

    Amplify says "You've never seen a film like this before"

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    Sundance Selects Acquires Rights To Three Lars von Trier-Produced Danish Blockbusters

    Zentropa's Danish film trilogy, based on the bestselling novel series, is coming to North American theaters.

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