Bleecker Street has acquired the worldwide rights to “Save Yourselves!” starring Sunita Mani, John Reynolds and Ben Sinclair.
Alex Huston Fischer and Eleanor Wilson wrote and directed the film. It was produced by Keshet Studios’ Mandy Tagger Brockey and Adi Ezroni, alongside Kara Durrett.
Jack (Reynolds) and Su (Mani) are a hip Brooklyn couple who go on a getaway trip to disconnect from the world after realizing they cannot put down their phones. Sheltered from the rest of the world, they are blissfully unaware when aliens attack the earth.
“Save Yourselves!” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in the dramatic competition category and will hit theaters this summer.
The deal was negotiated between Kent Sanderson and Avy Eschenasy of Bleecker Street with Endeavor Content, Film Constellation, FKKS’ Victoria Cook and Keshet Studios’ EVP business affairs Avital Onn Shachar on behalf of the filmmakers.
Bleecker Street most recently released “The Assistant” starring Julia Garner and will open “Ordinary Love,” starring Liam Neeson, on Friday.
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