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Kino Lorber Acquires Cannes Pic 'Measure Of A Man'; Picturehouse Picks Up Ashley Judd Starrer 'Big Stone Gap'

Kino Lorber has picked up North American rights to The Measure Of A Man, which earned Vincent Lindon the Best Actor Award at Cannes. Stephane Brizé directed the pic from a script he co-wrote with Olivier Gorce about a laid-off man who takes a demeaning job as a security guard at a supermarket. 81 more words


Cannes: Documentary 'Sembene!' Bought by Kino Lorber

Kino Lorber has bought all U.S. rights to “Sembene!,” a documentary on the life and legacy of Ousmane Sembene, considered to be the father of African cinema. 204 more words


'Sembene!', Docu About African Film Icon, Acquired By Kino Lorber - Cannes

Kino Lorber has acquired U.S. rights to SEMBENE!, the documentary about the life and legacy of film director, producer and writer Ousmane Sembene that is playing the Cannes Classics section of this year’s Cannes Film Festival. 257 more words


50s Westerns Blu-ray News #178: The Wonderful Country (1959).

Directed by Robert Parrish
Starring Robert Mitchhum, Julie London, Gary Merrill, Albert Dekker, Charles McGraw, Jack Oakie, Leroy ‘Satchel’ Paige, Anthony Caruso

It’s great to see Robert Mitchum’s independent, self-produced pictures — some of his best work, in my opinion — making their way to Blu-ray. 48 more words


'Married's Kimiko Glenn Joins 'Nerve'; Kino Lorber Acquires 'Gueros'

Kimiko Glenn, who has a recurring role on FX’s Married and appears in the Netflix hit Orange Is The New Black, has joined the Lionsgate feature… 239 more words


Berlin Winner 'Gueros' Acquired for North America by Kino Lorber

Kino Lorber has acquired North American rights to “Gueros,” Alonso Ruizpalacios’ Mexican coming-of-age comedy that won the best first feature award at last year’s Berlin Film Festival. 114 more words


XLrator Lands 2014 Tribeca Fest Drama 'Five Star'; Kino Lorber Hot For 'Kindergarten Teacher' - Film Briefs

XLrator Media has acquired North American distribution rights to Keith Miller’s inner-city drama Five Star, which played at last year’s Tribeca Film Festival in the World Narrative competition.  279 more words