Cannes' Directors Fortnight Includes Michael Cera, Liev Schreiber 4 weeks ago
The Sundance titles “Magic Magic” and “We Are What We Are” are among the 21 films selected for the 2013 Directors...
By Steve Pond
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"I don't like to think about career arc. It feels like you're trying to control something you have no real control over."
Will handle distribution for the romantic comedy that debuted at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
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