Cavu nabs rights to ‘West Bank’

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Gotham-based indie production and distribution company Cavu Pictures has acquired worldwide rights to helmer Ghazi Albuliwi’s debut feature, “West Bank Brooklyn.” Pic explores the identity crises of young Arab-Americans growing up in America. Cavu has set a February theatrical release.

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