Indie Film Hustle interview with Glen Reynolds of Circus Road Films
We get into the weeds on how to hire a producer’s rep and/or sales agent, film festival strategies what to look out for and how to choose the right one for your project. Enjoy my conversation with Glen Reynolds.
Bernard & Huey sells at Slamdance
Mike Fleming Jr
Freestyle, a division of Entertainment Studios, has acquired the North American rights to the Dan Mirvish-directed Jules Feiffer-penned comedy Bernard & Huey, which premiered at Slamdance. They’ve scheduled the film to debut in May in ten North American theatrical markets and multiple platforms at the same time.
Freestyle's Rachel Koehler negotiated the deal with Circus Road Films’ Glen Reynolds.
Graceland sells at Tribeca
Drafthouse Films has acquired the Filipino crime thriller "Graceland" with plans for a limited theatrical release. Directed by Ron Morales, the film made its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival and will appear at Fantastic Fest.
The deal was negotiated by James Shapiro of Drafthouse Films and Glen Reynolds of Circus Road Films.
Newlyweeds sells at Sundance
The dark comedy Newlyweeds, which premiered at the Next section at the Sundance Film Festival, has been acquired by Phase 4, which is planning a day and date theatrical and VOD release for Newlyweeds this summer.
Phase 4's Larry Greenberg negotiated with Glen Reynolds of Circus Road Films.