First Up takes U.S. pair

Co. aims to sell 'Mommie,' 'Martin'

New U.K. sales outfit First Up Film Intl. has picked up sales rights to two American pics — Mark Rucker’s “Die Mommie Die,” which won the Special Jury Prize for star Charles Busch at Sundance 2003, and “Martin and Orloff” from director Lawrence Blume.

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