D'Alessandro, Anthony
September 2008
Daily Variety;9/8/2008, Vol. 300 Issue 45, pA10
Trade Publication
The article reports on the Rocky Mountain Pictures, a distributor for hire, sidestepping acquisitions and collects fees from filmmakers for movie releases. It states that the release of the film "Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed" is the highest-grosser in 2008 with $7.6 million income. Rocky's executive Randy Slaughter said that they give their best and if they refuse to accept a film, it is because they feel it is not suited for the market.


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