Posts Tagged: TIFF

The Orchard Wins Big At TIFF With “The Hummingbird Project”


The Toronto International Film Festival is well underway, and we’re proud to announce that The Orchard has acquired U.S. rights to the upcoming drama, The Hummingbird Project, written and directed by Kim Nguyen.  A story lined with ambition and greed, two cousins, Vincent and Anton (played by Oscar nominee Jesse Eisenberg and Emmy Golden-Globe winner… 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 »

Around The World with ‘The Music of Strangers’


Shortly before the Toronto International Film Festival in 2015, The Orchard acquired international rights to The Music of Strangers: Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble. This was the first film we took on and went door-to-door with overseas theatrical distribution. We spent the year selling the film to local distributors in foreign territories. The… Read more »

The Orchard Picks Up TIFF’s Devilish ‘Demon’


Now that “wedding season” is winding down and everyone has had their fair share of Halloween tricks and treats, we thought it’d be the perfect time to let you in on our latest film acquisition, Demon, which had its world premiere at 2015’s Toronto International Film Festival.

The Orchard Travels “Southbound” For Our Latest Film Acquisition


If you were a fan of found-footage horror film V/H/S, then prepare for yet another scare-your-pants-off feature from the same crew of Roxanne Benjamin, Brad Miska, David Bruckner and Radio Silence, along with a handful of newcomers. The gang’s back together for their next round of Horror Anthologies, Southbound, and The Orchard snagged North American distribution for it. Southbound, which just… Read more »