Posts Categorized: Film/TV News

The Young Karl Marx Premiere: 1844 Going On 2018

A film 10 years in the making, Raoul Peck’s The Young Karl Marx premiered Friday night at the Metrograph theater in New York. Following the screening, audiences were joined by the Oscar-nominated director for a very candid conversation about the revolutionary minds that provoked a social movement. We are introduced to Karl Marx (August Diehl) as… Read more »

Lightening Strikes Twice At Sundance With Jeremiah Zagar’s “We The Animals”

After securing Bart Layton’s American Animals from Sundance Film Fest earlier this month, The Orchard’s film troops have won big once again, acquiring North American rights to Jeremiah Zagar’s We the Animals. Get ready, theatrical release is slated for 2018. With an impressive history in documentary film, We The Animals is the first narrative directed by Zagar. The film follows a family… Read more »

The Orchard Lifts Bart Layton’s “American Animals” From Sundance 2018

The Orchard’s film phenoms stormed into Sundance once again this January, teaming up with MoviePass Ventures to capture the North American rights to Bart Layton’s American Animals. The film premiered in the competitive Sundance landscape and received rave reviews from Variety, Deadline, The Hollywood Reporter and more. American Animals is based on the true story of an attempt made by four young… Read more »

Exorcise Your Demons With William Friedkin’s “The Devil & Father Amorth”

For all of those who love a good head-spinning horror film, this one’s for you: The Orchard has acquired worldwide rights to Academy Award winning director William Friedkin’s The Devil & Father Amorth. The highly anticipated documentary is slated for a theatrical release in on April 20th followed by a worldwide digital release. If Friedkin’s name rings a bell (or sends… Read more »

On The Prowl: Genre Film Festivals

Genre film festivals have become increasingly important within the indie and blockbuster space in recent years. With the premiere of Trey Edward Schultz’, It Comes At Night, at the Overlook Film Festival last year and the numerous premieres at Fantastic Fest in Austin and Sitges International Film Festival in Spain, genre film festivals have become unusual and surprising stomping grounds… Read more »