Altitude Film Distribution has added five titles to its first theatrical slate.
The latest additions are “Love Is Strange,” “Fruitvale Station,” “The Nightmare,” “All Cheerleaders Die” and “Bolshoi Babylon.”
“Love Is Strange,” which receives its international premiere in Berlin’s Panorama section this week, is directed by Ira Sachs, who co-wrote the script with Mauricio Zacharias, and stars John Lithgow and Alfred Molina.
“Fruitvale Station,” penned and helmed by Ryan Coogler, stars Michael B. Jordan and Octavia Spencer.
Rodney Ascher, the cult director behind “Room 237,” directs “Nightmare,” mixing existing footage with recreations.
Ross M. Dinerstein (“The Pact”) and Kevin Iwashina (“Jiro Dreams of Sushi”) produce for Preferred Film & TV with Glen Zipper (“Undefeated”).
“All Cheerleaders Die,” which is written and directed by Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson, features Australian star Caitlin Stasey (“I, Frankenstein”) and Sianoa Smith-McPhee (“Touchback”).
Docu “Bolshoi Babylon” ventures behind the scenes at the Russian ballet company and is directed by Nick Read.