Realitism, the Paris-based producer behind Quentin Dupieux's Sundance player "Wrong," is bowing an acquisition and distribution division, kicking off with the all-rights' pickup of "Pussy Riot: a…
In the run up to its Sundance bow, Quentin Dupieux's Los Angeles-set "Wrong Cops," a left-of-field comedy turning on a group of disturbed cops, has already locked down international partners.
Paris-based Diaphana has acquired French distribution rights to Quentin Dupieux's L.A.-set "Realite."
TORONTO -- Austin's Drafthouse Films, the distribution arm of the Alamo Drafthouse theater chain, has inked a deal with Toronto-based FilmsWeLike, which will become the exclusive distributor of…
Agnes Bruckner ("Blue Car") and Kurt Fuller ("Midnight in Paris") have joined the cast of Quentin Dupieux's dark indie comedy "Wrong Cops," which stars Marilyn Manson, Mark Burnham and Grace…
"Wrong" is a curious tale about a man searching for his dog in a suburban bubble where everything is a little askew.
A kind of dumb, cinematic non sequitur from musician/ad man-turned-helmer Quentin Dupieux.
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