Posts Tagged: The Orchard Film

The Orchard Takes Home “Trophy”


The 2017 Sundance Film Festival is underway in Park City and we’ve roped in a winner. The Orchard and CNN have acquired North American rights to Shaul Schwarz and Christina Clusiau‘s hard-hitting big-game documentary, Trophy.  Trophy is an ambitious, multidimensional look into the controversial relationship between those that profit from the wild and those that aim to protect it. As… Read more »

The Orchard Gets Involved In “Monkey Business”


If you were curious about The Orchard’s 2017 film slate, just wait until you hear this: We’ve acquired worldwide rights to documentary Monkey Business: The Adventures of Curious George’s Creators.  From director Ema Ryan Yamazaki and narrated by Sam Waterston (Law & Order, The Killing Fields), Monkey Business traces the colorful story of Curious George authors/illustrators Hans and Margret Rey. When… Read more »

The Orchard & Jeff Deutchman Want Your Vote on “11/8/16″


Although you’ve probably been hearing this a lot recently, we mean it when we say: Election Day 2016 just got way more interesting. The Orchard is teaming up with producer Jeff Deutchman to bring you 11/8/16, a documentary that follows the Election Day experience for individuals of all walks of life, all across America. We’ll be documenting this historic… Read more »

The Orchard Takes Home Quirky Comedy “Carrie Pilby”


The Orchard is proud to introduce another critically acclaimed addition to the early 2017 line-up, the coming-of-age comedy Carrie Pilby. Based on Caren Lissner‘s internationally best-selling novel of the same name, the film stars Bel Powley, Nathan Lane, Vanessa Bayer & more. The film follows an 18-year-old Harvard grad named Carrie Pilby (Powley) that cannot find much reason to leave… Read more »