A week before the start of the World Cup, Gravitas Ventures has bought worldwide VOD and TV rights to the documentary “We Must Go” about the Egyptian national soccer team. Amid the massive unrest in…
Gravitas Ventures has acquired North American rights to Laurie Collyer's indie drama “Sunlight Jr.,” starring Naomi Watts, Norman Reedus and Matt Dillon. Gravitas will partner with Samuel Goldwyn…
Gravitas Ventures has acquired all North American rights to “Dear Mr. Watterson,” Joel Allen Schroeder's documentary about Bill Watterson's "Calvin and Hobbes" comic strip. Gravitas Ventures will…
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Millennium Entertainment and Gravitas Ventures have formed an alliance on distribution of indie films with Gravitas handling digital distribution and Millennium on home entertainment. The pact covers…
Gravitas Ventures has acquired U.S. VOD rights to Chad Crawford Kinkle's horror film “Jug Face.” The film is slated for a July pre-theatrical VOD premiere, followed by a national theatrical rollout…
Gravitas Ventures has acquired three raucous Slamdance films: Steven Feinartz's documentary "The Bitter Buddha," Michael Urie's comedy "He's Way More Famous Than You" and Peter Baxter's documentary…
Gravitas Ventures and Variance Films have partnered to acquire all North American rights to Mark Webber's father-son drama "The End of Love."
Gravitas Ventures has signed up do-it-yourself platform Tugg Inc. to handle Aaron Rottinghaus' debut film "Apart."
Gravitas Ventures and Variance Films are teaming to acquire and co-release seven to eight independent films a year theatrically in the U.S. and Canada and on VOD.
Gravitas Ventures, one of the industry's leading VOD distributors, has hired Chad Miller as director of business development after a six-year stint at AT&T U-verse Television.