In the film, a 24-year-old New York photographer starts corresponding on MySpace with an eight-year-old Michigan girl, and eventually starts a cyber-romance with her older sister, a model/musician.
"This is a movie that is both entertaining, profound and speaks directly to the evolving nature of relationships in a world dominated by social media," stated Kavanaugh. "Catfish is exactly the kind of film experience we intended to bring to audiences when we re-launched and expanded the Rogue brand."
Added producer Andrew Jarecki, "Catfish is a film that could never have been made even just a few years ago. It is a product of our generation, of miniature flip cameras, ‘sexting,’ and social networking."
Rogue will also release MacGruber on April 23 and producer James Cameron’s 3-D actioner Sanctum, which is filming in Australia, for late 2010 release.
Here's THR's Catfish report.