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Oscilloscope Acquires Indie 'Breakup at a Wedding,' Produced by Zachary Quinto

Photo of Ryan Lattanzio By Ryan Lattanzio | TOH! April 24, 2013 at 4:32PM

Oscilloscope Laboratories -- currently rolling out Matteo Garrone's Cannes hit "Reality" across the US -- announced today its acquisition of "Breakup at a Wedding," the debut feature by short film director Victor Quinaz. The film will be released June 18th across all VOD platforms, with select screenings and a college tour beforehand.
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'Breakup at a Wedding'
'Breakup at a Wedding'

Oscilloscope Laboratories -- currently rolling out Matteo Garrone's Cannes hit "Reality" across the US -- announced today its acquisition of "Breakup at a Wedding," the debut feature by short film director Victor Quinaz. The film will be released June 18th across all VOD platforms, with select screenings and a college tour beforehand.

Produced by "American Horror Story" star Zachary Quinto, Neal Dodson and Corey Moosa's Before the Door Pictures ("Margin Call"), "Breakup" is the story of Alison (Alison Fyhrie) and Phil (Philip Quinaz, the director's brother) who, on the eve of their wedding, decide to call the whole thing off and throw a sham wedding instead. Watch a chat with some of the crew below.

This article is related to: Zachary Quinto, Breakup at a Wedding, Oscilloscope Laboratories


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