January 2007
Film Journal International;Jan2007, Vol. 110 Issue 1, p54
This article offers news briefs related to film distributors in the U.S. IFC Entertainment and the Weinstein Co. acquired North American rights to the New Zealand serial-killer drama Out of the Blue. Lionsgate will distribute the next two films from Tyler Perry, Why Did I Get Married? and A Jazz Man's Blues. The Thai action film Tears of the Black Tiger, delayed within Miramax for five years, will finally be released by Magnolia Pictures.


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