July 2005
Film Journal International;Jul2005, Vol. 108 Issue 7, p128
The article presents an update on the motion picture industry in the United States as of July 2005. DreamWorks has acquired the film "Match Point" directed by Woody Allen. IFC Films has gained domestic rights to the film "After the Wedding." Lions Gate Films has obtained distribution rights and international sales rights to the horror film "Skinwalkers."


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