Studios were on a buying spree this year in Park City. With the festival now completed, TheWrap does the numbers on who has what and how many of them
UPDATED Feb. 2, 2:50 p.m.:
Park City was Deal Central last week.
Fox Searchlight and IFC were busy this year picking up four films, but Lionsgate and HBO weren't far behind. Here's how the dealmaking ended up:
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“The Big Bang” — Purchased for an unknown sum.
"The Son of No One" — Acquired U.S. distribution rights to the Dito Montiel-directed cop drama for a reported $2 million plus a P&A commitment.
"The Last Mountain" — Acquired U.S. theatrical rights to Bill Haney's documentary competition film about a small town trying to ward off intrusion by coal companies. Dada is reportedly committing to a seven-figure distribution budget.
"Pariah" — Bought worldwide rights to African-American lesbian coming-of-age drama, plus director Dee Rees' next movie.
“Homework” – For $3m plus $2m prints and advertising.
“Martha Marcy May Marlene” — The drama of family, cults and a woman trying to find her way again went for undisclosed sum.
“Another Earth” — $750K for the Mike Cahill science fiction drama.
“Bengali Detective” — Remake rights to the Indian private eye documentary went for an unknown sum.
"Project Nim" — Acquired U.S. distribution rights to monkey documentary; sold the theatrical distribtion to Roadside Attractions.
“Knuckle” — Remake rights, with Rough House attached.
"Hot Coffee" — Purchased the broadcast and VOD rights to Susan Saladoff's competition documentary about corporate anti-litigation tactics.
“These Amazing Shadows” — documentary about National Film Registry, which was shown by Sundance Selects on VOD, went for undisclosed sum.
“Buck” — The documentary about the horseman, storyteller and philosopher Buck Brannaman was picked up for an unknown sum.
“Perfect Sense” — The romance thriller, that offers a glimpse at how the human race might weather a global pandemic, was purchased for $1 million.
"Salvation Road" — Teamed with Sony Pictures to acquire North American rights to the George Ratliff-directed drama starring Pierce Brosnan, Jennifer Connelly, Ed Harris, Greg Kinnear, Marisa Tomei and Jim Gaffigan.
“Silent House” — With Liddell Entertainment, for $3m plus $3m P&A.
“Devil’s Double — The often chilling tale of Uday Hussein’s body double and the man himself.
“Margin Call” — The Wall Street meltdown flick went for $1m in partnership with Roadside Attractions.
Motion Film Group
"Gun Hill Road" — Paid in the reported low-seven-figures for the worldwide sales and distribution rights Rashaad Ernesto Green-directed drama.
“Page One” — In conjunction with Participant.
“Life in a Day” – Picked up for an undisclosed figure.
"The Flaw" — Bought theatcial and DVD rights to the David Sington-directed financial-crises documentary.
"Bellflower" — Bought North American territory rights to Evan Glodell-directed action movie.
"Crime After Crime" — Acquired North American broadcast rights.
“Circumstance” — Undisclosed sum.
“Page One” — Documentary about the New York Times' challenges in the digital age was picked up for an undisclosed sum, in conjunction with Magnolia.
“Like Crazy” — $4m plus $10m P&A.
"Margin Call" — Partnered with Lionsgate on Wall Street meltdown drama.
"Project Nim" — Acquired North American theatrical rights from HBO.
Sony Pictures Classics
“Take Shelter” — Picked up pre-festival.
“The Guard” — The comedy thriller, starring Don Cheadle, went for an undisclosed sum.
Sony Pictures Worldwide
"Salvation Boulevard" — Partnered with IFC for North American distribution rights.
The Weinstein Company
“The Details” — Picked up the marriage drama for $7.5m plus $10m P&A.
“My Idiot Brother” — Paul Rudd’s stoner movie was picked up in partnership with Ron Burkle for $6m to 7m plus $15m P&A.