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Primal Screen is making its debut as a horror label at the Toronto Film Festival via Screen Media Films.
Screen Media Films has acquired North American rights to docu "Wild Horse, Wild Ride," with plans to release it theatrically in New York on August 24, followed by a platform rollout throughout…
Screen Media Films has set seven films for release in the spring and summer including Mike Wallis' Western "Good for Nothing" and Matt D'Elia's comedy "American Animal."
Screen Media Films has acquired Thomas Johnston's "Fifty Nothing" and will release the adult comedy in November under the new title "About Fifty."
Leading up to the South by Southwest Film Festival, Screen Media Films has nabbed North American rights to Michael Dowse's "Fubar: Balls to the Wall." Pic will have its U.S. preem at SXSW.
Screen Media has pounced on Northern American rights to "White Lion," a family-friendly adventure pic helmed by Michael Swan.
Screen Media Films has picked up worldwide rights to Western pic "The Last Rites of Ransom Pride," following its world preem at the Edinburgh Film Festival.
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