Sundance 2011: Full list of distribution deals

Joshua Brunsting

by: Joshua Brunsting
January 28th, 2011

So with Sundance coming to a close, it's time to look back on the festival that was, and along with all the great films making their debuts, Sundance 2011 was one of the biggest spending sprees for studios looking to pick up some of the hottest films from the fest.

Over the past couple of weeks we’ve been covering and bringing to you every deal that goes down, and now it’s about time we look back at what films were nabbed up, and where they are heading off to.

Hit the break for full Sundance 2011 distribution deal details, and make sure to check out our Sundance coverage for reviews of many of the films discussed after the break!

UPDATE: 1/29
BELLFLOWER (Evan Glodell) - Oscilloscope

THE FUTURE (Miranda July) – Roadside Attractions
PARIAH (Dee Rees) – Focus Features
LIFE IN A DAY (Kevin Macdonald) – National Geographic Pictures
PAGE ONE (Andrew Rossi) – Participant Media
HOMEWORK (Gavin Wiesen) – Fox Searchlight
MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE (Sean Durkin) – Fox Searchlight
PERFECT SENSE (David Mackenzie) – IFC
MAD BASTARDS (Brendan Fletcher) – IFC/Sundance Selects
THE LEDGE (Matthew Chapman) – IFC
KABOOM (Gregg Araki) – IFC
THE LAST MOUNTAIN (Bill Haney) – Dada Films
I SAW THE DEVIL (Kim Jee-won) – Magnet Releasing
BUCK (Cindy Meehl) – Sundance Selects
CEDAR RAPIDS (Miguel Arteta) – Fox Searchlight
THE FLAW (David Sington) – New Video
GUN HILL ROAD (Rashaad Ernesto Green) – Motion Film Group
HOBO WITH A SHOTGUN (Jason Eisener) – Magnet Releasing
IN A BETTER WORLD (Susanne Bier) - SPC
INCENDIES (Denis Villeneuve) - SPC
DEVIL’S DOUBLE (Lee Tamahori) – Lionsgate
I MELT WITH YOU (Mark Pellington) – Magnolia
THE DETAILS (Jacob Aaron Estes) – The Weinstein Company
THE GUARD (John Michael McDonagh) – Sony Pictures Classics
ANOTHER EARTH (Mike Cahill) – Fox Searchlight
BENGALI DETECTIVE (remake rights) – Fox Searchlight
RED STATE (Kevin Smith) – Smodcast Pictures
CIRCUMSTANCE (Maryam Keshavarz) – Participant Media
SILENT HOUSE (Chris Kentis and Laura Lau) – Liddell Entertainment
MY IDIOT BROTHER (Jesse Peretz) – The Weinstein Company
MR. NICE (Bernard Rose) – MPI Media Group
THE MUSIC NEVER STOPPED (Jim Kohlberg) – Roadside Attractions
MEEK’S CUTOFF (Kelly Reichardt) – Oscilloscope

MARGIN CALL (JC Chandor) – Roadside Attractions
LIKE CRAZY (Drake Doremus) – Paramount Pictures
WIN WIN (Tom McCarthy) – Fox Searchlight
UNCLE KENT (Joe Swanberg) – IFC
THE TROLL HUNTER (Andre Ovredal) – Magnet Releasing
THESE AMAZING SHADOWS (Paul Mariano and Kurt Norton) – IFC/Sundance Selects
TERRI (Azazel Jacobs) – ATO Pictures
TAKE SHELTER (Jeff Nichols) – Sony Pictures Classics
SEPTIEN (Michael Tully) – IFC/Sundance Selects
SALVATION BOULEVARD (George Ratliff) – IFC/Sony Pictures Worldwide
PROJECT NIM (James Marsh) – HBO/Roadside Attractions

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