Wrekin Hill Entertainment has, with NECA Films, picked up U.S. rights to “Stuck Between Stations,” the indie romance that preemed at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this year.
L.A.-based production company and distributor Wrekin Hill will roll out a limited theatrical release of the film starting with Brooklyn’s hipster gastro-cinema ReRun Theater Nov. 4. Lionsgate is already on tap to release the film on DVD and VOD in March. Films stars Sam Rosen (“The Oranges”) and Zoe Lister-Jones (“Breaking Upwards”) about a soldier who meets up with his childhood crush while he’s home on leave. Michael Imperioli and Josh Hartnett also are among the cast.
Helmed by Brady Kiernan, the film is penned by Nat Bennett and Rosen and produced by Todd Cobery, Spencer Kiernan, Rosen and Brady Kiernan.
Distribution pact was negotiated by Wrekin Hill’s Rene Cogan with Kevin Iwashina and Christine D’Souza of Preferred Content.
“Stuck Between Stations” also will be seen in Minneapolis, where the film is set, starting Dec. 16, with further theatrical dates to be set.