My Awkward Sexual Adventure gets U.S., international sales

Tribeca Film picked up the film, directed by Sean Garrity and produced by Jonas Chernick and Juliette Hagopian, in the U.S. ahead of a March 2013 release, amongst other territory sales.

Archstone Distribution has inked multiple territory deals in all media for Sean Garrity’s My Awkward Sexual Adventure.

Tribeca Film picked up the film in the U.S., ahead of a March 2013 release.

And My Awkward Sexual Adventure, which had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, was also sold into Australia (Rialto Distribution), Benelux (Premiere), France (E1), Germany (Euro Video), Hong Kong (Edko Films), Hungary (ADS), South Africa (E1), Russia and CIS (Premium), Scandanavia (E1), South Korean (Joy-N-Contents), Spain (Alimpro Films) and the U.K. (E1).

The film follows a conservative accountant, who, in trying to win back his ex-girlfriend, enlists an exotic dancer to help him enhance his bedroom skills.

The film won awards on the festival circuit including the People’s Choice award at the Calgary International Film Festival and the audience award at the Whistler Film Festival. It was also named one of Canada’s top 10 films of 2012 by TIFF.

Brady Bowen of Archstone Distribution negotiated the sales on behalf of producers Juliette Hagopian of Winnipeg-based julijette inc. and Jonas Chernick of Toronto-based Banana-Moon Sky Films. Chernick also stars in the film and penned the script.