Posts Tagged: Sundance Film Festival

The Orchard Goes Down to the Border in “Cartel Land”

So often in war zones, citizens are left stranded in situations that have no clear black and white moral compass, leading them to question where the road truly diverges between right and wrong. Such is the case with the protagonists in Matthew Heineman‘s award-winning documentary Cartel Land. But rather than twiddle their thumbs, these harrowing citizens answer their… Read more »

Sundance Special: “Finders Keepers” Finds Its Home with The Orchard

This is one of those “stories” that, no matter how you tell it, it will always sound like something straight from The Twilight Zone. Except this is no story — this is real life exposed through narrative. Meet Finders Keepers, Sundance 2015’s weirdest documentary (co-directed by Bryan Carberry and Clay Tweel) that follows the battle over an amputated leg,… Read more »

Sundance Special: We Get Swingin’ With “The Overnight”


Sundance, we have arrived! And in a very big way. Just last night, we nabbed rights to The Overnight in Park City, UT on the 4th day of the Festival. It’s a steamy, sexy comedy that already created sparks on Sundance’s red carpet, and after some intense bidding rounds, we secured it for distribution in North America…. Read more »

Talk About a Grand Slam: The Orchard Acquires Sports Doc ‘No No: A Dockumentary’

If you’re halfway through your corporate league’s baseball season or in the middle of MLB’s season on your couch, you’ll definitely want to catch No No: A Dockumentary, the narrative that shines light on the life of no-hitter base-baller Dock Ellis. And since we’ve acquired worldwide rights to the full-length, you’ll soon be able to… Read more »