Distributor Paladin has picked up David Guy Levy’s romance “A Love Affair of Sorts,” skedding the Flip Cam-filmed feature for the fest circuit in early 2011 ahead of a theatrical release soon thereafter.
Levy — also a producer whose credits include “Lying” and “August” — helms and co-stars in the movie, about a relationship between a woman in a bookstore, played by Lili Bordan, and the man who films her on his Flip Camera.
Entire movie is shot with a small digital camcorder. Levy’s production shingle, Periscope Entertainment, produces.
Formed by ThinkFilm co-founder Mark Urman last year, Paladin recently released Sundance alum “Douchebag” and has Tom Shadyac doc “I Am” cued up for a February.