It's a busy new year for Parkland Pictures as three titles were added to their slate.
HARVEST, a family drama from the USA, was acquired around the American Film Market in November. This beautiful and touching film, directed by Marc Meyers and starring Robert Loggia, tells the story of a family gathered around the eventual passing of the patriarch. Awarded by half a dozen festivals around the US, it was released in June there, and was the NY Times' critics pick this month. Parkland has acquired the rights for the rest of the world.
HOW TO STOP BEING A LOSER, a comedy from the very talented director Dominic Burns was acquired in early January. Starring Simon Phillips, Gemma Atkinson, Richard E. Grant and Martin Kemp, this 'Laugh out loud, clever and hugely entertaining comedy' (iFilm London) was released theatrically in the UK in November and will be released in DVD on February 6th. It tells the story of an authentic loser who, thanks to the help of love guru Ampersand, will try to get the girl of his dreams. Parkland has acquired the rights for the rest of the world (outside UK & Australia).
HOLLOW is the first title to appear under the Horror label of Parkland Pictures, Darkland Distribution. After meeting in Cannes 2011, the producer and director, Matthew Holt and Michael Axelgaard, and Parkland Pictures worked on an innovative and original marketing strategy to distribute the film. Berlin EFM will be the occasion for Parkland to present it for the first time to buyers. The film was nomanted for the Best Independent Film at Raindance, was in the official selection of Lund, Fantasia and the BIFA (Best Independent Film Awards). Parkland holds the international rights for the title (outside the US).
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