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Cercamon Acquires Cannes ACID Entry ‘We the Coyotes’

May 5, 2018       Filed In News ,We the Coyotes       Comments: 0

Sebastien Chesneau’s sales agency Cercamon has acquired the international sales rights to “We the Coyotes,” which premieres in Cannes’ ACID section.

The film, which was directed by two young French helmers, Hanna Ladoul and Marco La Via, but shot in English in Los Angeles. Morgan Saylor, who previously appeared in Elizabeth Wood’s “White Girl,” Rob Reiner’s “Being Charlie” and Maggie Betts’ “Novitiate,” stars alongside McCaul Lombardi, who has appeared in Andrea Arnold’s “American Honey,” Geremy Jasper’s “Patti Cake$,” and Matt Porterfield’s “Sollers Point,” opposite Jim Belushi. The producer is Raphaël Gindre.

The film centers on Amanda and Jake who “are in love and want to start a new life together in Los Angeles,” according to a statement. “Will they make the right decisions? Their first 24 hours in L.A. take them all around the city, bringing more surprises and frustrations than expected.”

“We the Coyotes” is the directors’ first narrative feature film. In 2012, while they were studying journalism, they directed, along with Matthieu Cabanes, the 52-minute documentary “The Female Face of Populism.” Co-produced by TV5 Monde and LCP, the film centers on emerging female leaders of the European extreme right. In 2016, they directed their first narrative short film, “Diane from the Moon,” starring Spirit Award winner Mya Taylor (“Tangerine”).

Watch an exclusive clip of “We the Coyotes” right here


New Project : “Just A Little Bit Longer”

Sep 8, 2017       Filed In News ,We the Coyotes       Comments: 0

Hey! Morgan just wrapped up filming her latest project “Just A Little Bit Longer” few days ago.The movie is directed by Marco La Via & Hanna Ladoul.

Jake (McCaul Lombardi) and Amanda (Morgan Saylor) move to L.A. to start a new life together but things don’t go exactly as planned.


Sundance: Sony Pictures Classics Nabs Religious Drama ‘Novitiate’

Jan 23, 2017       Filed In News ,Novitiate       Comments: 0

Sony Pictures Classics has nabbed worldwide rights to “Novitiate,” a religious drama that is set against the backdrop of Vatican II. The pact is in the mid-seven figure range.

For readers who didn’t grow up taking communion, Vatican II was a council that introduced a series of reforms meant to modernize the Catholic Church. It remains controversial.

“Novitiate” marks the narrative feature directorial debut of Maggie Betts. Melissa Leo stars as a mother superior with Margaret Qualley as a young woman who is called to a life in the seminary. Reviews for the film have been strong. Variety critic Guy Lodge praised “Novitiate” as an “…intelligent, ambiguous nunnery drama.” Leo’s performance has been singled out for particular praise.

Before the festival had even started, Sony Pictures Classics picked up rights to “Call Me By Your Name,” a gay love story with Armie Hammer. It premieres Sunday.

There’s been a lot of grousing from buyers that the films that are debuting at this year’s festival are almost aggressively uncommercial, but that hasn’t stopped there from being a steady stream of sales. Variety broke the news that Amazon had landed “The Big Sick,” a romantic comedy from Kumail Nanjiani in a massive $12 million pact. “Mudbound,” a drama about the segregated South, premiered to a rousing standing ovation on Saturday and should score a sizable distribution deal.

CAA brokered the deal for “Novitiate.”

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“Novitiate” to premiere at Sundance Film Festival

Dec 1, 2016       Filed In News ,Novitiate       Comments: 0

U.S. DRAMATIC COMPETITION

Novitiate / U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Maggie Betts) — In the early 1960s, during the Vatican II era, a young woman training to become a nun struggles with issues of faith, sexuality and the changing church. Cast: Margaret Qualley, Melissa Leo, Julianne Nicholson, Dianna Agron, Morgan Saylor. World Premiere


‘White Girl’ New York Screening – Photos

Aug 12, 2016       Filed In News ,Photos ,White Girl       Comments: 0

Hi! Morgan attended the ‘White Girl’ NY Screening yesterday. 14 photos have been added to the gallery


Bogota Independent Film Festival – Video

Jul 20, 2016       Filed In News ,Public Events ,Videos ,White Girl       Comments: 0


Elizabeth Wood’s Sundance Drama ‘White Girl’ Acquired by FilmRise for U.S.

Apr 11, 2016       Filed In News ,White Girl       Comments: 0


Netflix previously picked up worldwide SVOD rights to the edgy drama, which stars Morgan Saylor (‘Homeland’s’ Dana Brody) as a hard-partying college girl who falls for a Puerto Rican drug dealer.

FilmRise has acquired U.S distribution rights to Elizabeth Wood’s Sundance drama White Girl, the director’s semi-autobiographical story about a hard-partying college girl who falls for a Puerto Rican drug dealer.

In February, Netflix picked up worldwide SVOD rights to the edgy drama in a deal pegged at seven figures. Featuring a breakout performance by Morgan Saylor (aka Dana Brody to fans of Homeland), the film centers on the student who is left with a cache of cocaine when her boyfriend (Brian “Sene” Marc) is arrested.

White Girl earned strong reviews following its world premiere Jan. 23. The film, which played in Sundance’s U.S. Dramatic Competition section, marks Wood’s feature directorial debut (she also wrote the screenplay). Justin Bartha, Chris Noth, India Menuez and Adrian Martinez co-star.

Gabriel Nussbaum produced White Girl, while Christine Vachon, Henry Joost, Ariel Schulman and David Hinojosa executive produced.

FilmRise will release White Girl in theaters in late summer/early fall 2016. It is unclear when Netflix will release the film on its streaming service.

“We could not be more thrilled to announce our acquisition of this explosive Sundance hit,” FilmRise CEO Danny Fisher said. “White Girl is a startling film that demands to be experienced in theaters.”

Added Wood: “FilmRise is brave and passionate about my film, and I couldn’t have a better partner to help me bring this wild story to American audiences.”

The deal was negotiated between Fisher and FilmRise’s Mac Einhorn. CAA repped the filmmakers.

(source Hollywood Reporter)


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