Hayes, Dade
September 2007
Daily Variety;9/10/2007, Vol. 296 Issue 49, pA18
Trade Publication
The article provides information about IFC Films, a film production company in the U.S. The company's executive suite is composed of Jonathan Sehring, Mark Boxer, Arianna Bocco. The company released its summer picture "You Kill Me," grossing $2.4 million after shedding a couple of publicity and marketing in its distribution efforts. Among their new films include "The Last Winter," "Finishing the Game" and "Paranoid Park."


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