Alec Baldwin-James Toback Documentary ‘Seduced and Abandoned’ Picked Up by HBO

Documentay explores the Cannes Film Festival and "cinema art, money, glamor and death"

Alec Baldwin is getting "Seduced and Abandoned" by HBO.

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The premium cable channel has acquired exclusive television rights to the documentary "Seduced and Abandoned," which stars former "30 Rock" actor Baldwin, who also produced, along with Michael Mailer.

Morris Levy, Alan Helene and Neal Schneider executive produced the film, which makes its world premiere this month at the Cannes International Film Festival.

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The film is described as "a cinematic exploration of several interconnected subjects: The Cannes Film Festival and cinema art, money, glamor and death."

Michael Mailer Films produced the documentary.

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Shot during the 65th Anniversary Festival in 2012, "Seduced and Abandoned" features "fascinating and original portraits of Bernardo Bertolucci, Francis Ford Coppola, Roman Polanski, Martin Scorsese, Ryan Gosling, Jessica Chastain, Berenice Bejo, Diane Kruger and James Caan."

"HBO has long been a home for unique documentary films,” Baldwin said. “I’m grateful that they have chosen to present ours."