Hi there, it’s Friday, and you know what that means – new music! Whether you are celebrating National Bike to Work Day, National Pizza Party Day or National Visit Your Relatives Day, we have some great tracks that will get you pumped. Enjoy another week of great new albums distributed by The Orchard including funky upbeat alt-rock from Matt Costa, chill reggae vibes of Iration and sweet country bliss from Jason Boland & The Stranglers. So sit back, and let the music take you away.
The Americana Music Association held an small ceremony at the Country Music Hall of Fame on Monday where they announced nominees for their 17th Annual Honors & Awards show. The awards are scheduled to take place September 12th, during The Americana Music Festival & Conference in Nashville, TN.
The Orchard is pleased to see a number of familiar names listed among this year’s nominees.
Later this summer, the US Open of Surfing will take over huge swaths of Huntington Beach (July 28th to August 5th for those of you SoCal residents hoping to attend). Prior to that, the Royal Wedding is due to take place on Saturday, May 19th. Every June is LGBTQ Pride Month in the U.S. with Father’s Day taking place June 17th.
If you’re confused about what any of the above could possibly have in common – the answer is nothing, but also everything. Welcome to the world of category management.
After the announcement of The Orchard’s acquisition of Birds Of Passage over the weekend, the film team is back at it with a new grab! The Orchard has secured the North American rights to Eva Vives’ feature directorial debut All About Nina. The film is slated for a theatrical release later this year.
All About Nina premiered in the U.S. Narrative Competition at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival in April, earning strong reviews from the likes of The Hollywood Reporter and The Wrap. The film stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead, who, according The Wrap, displays an “electrifying star turn” in her performance. (more…)
The Orchard has secured North American distribution rights for Birds of Passage following the film’s premiere at Cannes Film Festival. The Spanish-language film is a true story that follows a Columbian family involved in drug trafficking between the 1960s and 1980s.