Distribs who can help

Artistic License

(212) 265-9119

Sande Zeig works closely with filmmakers and distributes both documentaries and narrative films. Recent releases include “Troublesome Creek: A Midwestern,” “Riding the Rails,” “Cold Fever” and “Color of a Brisk and Leaping Day.”

First Run Features

(212) 243-0600

Recent releases include Cheryl Dunye’s “The Watermelon Woman”; upcoming titles include “Hamsun” and “Forgotten Silver.”

Northern Arts

(413) 268-9301

Northern Arts recently released Steven Soderbergh’s “Schizopolis.”

Phaedra Cinema

Contact: Greg Hatanaka

(310) 478-3308

Recent releases include “Without Air” and “Resistance.”

Roxie Releasing

(415) 431-3611

Roxie currently has Stephen Kaye’s film “The Last Time I Committed Suicide,” and is finalizing negotiations for several other features for release later this year.

Seventh Art Releasing

(213) 845-1455

Upcoming releases include “Things I Never Told You” starring Lili Taylor and the feature-length doc “The Long Way Home,” scheduled for release in the fall.

Strand Releasing

(310) 395-5002

Fax: (310) 395-2502

Strand recently released “Timothy Leary’s Dead” and re-released Jean-Luc Godard’s “Contempt.” Strand will release Ela Troyano’s “Latin Boys Go to Hell” this fall.

Tara Releasing

(415) 454-5838

Tara recently released “The Sadness of Sex,” directed by Rupert Wainright.

Turbulent Arts

(415) 552-1952

In October, Turbulent Arts will release John Greyson’s “Lilies,” which just won the audience award at the San Francisco Gay & Lesbian Festival. Other upcoming releases include “Never Met Picasso,” starring Alexis Arquette and Margot Kidder, and “Marian,” a film by 28-year-old Czech director Petr Vaclav.


(212) 274-1989

Recent releases include French pic “Irma Vep” and “Murder and Murder.” Upcoming releases include “Anthem” and Jan Svankmajer’s “Conspirators of Pleasure.”

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