Wall Street vet Greg Williams has been tapped CEO of Lot 47, the privately owned Gotham film acquisition and distribution shingle.
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Gotham-based Lot 47 Films has acquired all U.S. rights to Zacharias Kunuk's "Atanarjuat -- The Fast Runner," written in the Inuit language.
Gotham-based Lot 47 Films has tapped Bill Thompson for the newly created position of vice president and general sales manager.
Gotham-based specialty distributor Lot 47 Films has acquired North American rights to Henry Barrial's digital comic drama "Some Body," which premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival. Lot 47…
Two years after Lot 47 Films' genesis as a Gotham distrib focusing on specialty fare like Tim Roth's "The War Zone," the company is hoping to establish a foothold in film, video and commercial…
A film featuring fast-rising stars Josh Hartnett and Julia Stiles would seem to have commercial potential written all over it. But because the movie climaxes with deadly shootings on a high school…
Lot 47 co-founder Scott Lipsky has been named CEO of the company. Move comes as the Gotham shingle is looking to diversify its business interests, moving beyond film distribution into advertising and…
Lot 47 has taken North American rights to Claire Denis' out-of-competition shocker, the $8 million "Trouble Every Day."
Gotham-based distributor Lot 47 Films has acquired North American rights to Billy Morrissette's Sundance comedy "Scotland, PA."
Lot 47 Films has acquired North American rights to Michael Cuesta's Sundance entry, "L.I.E." Pic, Cuestra's first, is the story of a troubled Long Island teenager and his relationship with a gay…
Blow Up Pictures partners Joana Vicente and Jason Kliot have linked arms with the brothers Lipsky, inking a three-year output deal with Lot 47 Films, the Gotham distrib run by Jeff, Mark and Scott…
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