Film Movement


In brief: A new indie film streamer arrives in Canada

Plus: Sonic the Hedgehog rings up $37.5 million in B.C. production spend and Digital Dimension opens kids and animation-focused divisions.


Deals: Cercamon, Film Movement, WaZabi Films

Sales agent Cercamon nabs Anne at 13,000 ft, Film Movement picks up the North American rights to a Canadian Film Fest winner, plus more.


I Am the Blues picked up for U.S. theatrical

The feature-length documentary, produced by Montreal’s EyeSteelFilm, is also set for a digital and home-video release via New York-based distribution outfit Film Movement.


Film Movement inks Canadian supply deal with VSC

The exclusive, two-year deal will see 15 to 20 titles be distributed in Canada each year. (Upcoming release Ilo Ilo pictured)


Pilote’s Le Demantelement sells into the U.S. market

The TIFF deal by Entertainment One includes the global airline rights for the Gabriel Arcand-starrer about a farmer selling his rural property to save the house of an elder daughter in the big city.

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Film Movement takes U.S. rights to Jeff Kopas’ An Insignificant Harvey

The U.S. distribution deal, inked at Sundance, calls for a March 2013 release of the debut feature that stars Jordan Prentice (pictured right), Kristin Adams and Art Hindle.