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After 72 Hours Focus nabs “Kids”


Screencrave reports that after 72 hours of negotiations, Focus Features has sealed the deal for U.S., U.K., Germany, and South Africa rights to “The Kids Are All Right” at Sundance. Lisa Cholodenko’s film was a last minute addition to the festival and it has become the buzz of the week.

The film stars Annette Bening and Julianne Moore who are the lesbian parents of two children. As the children decide to seek out their birth donor, the story follows the father as he tries to become a part of the family. Cholodenko wrote the script with Stuart Blumber as well as directed the feature.

To read more go to Screencrave.

Image courtesy of Sundance Institute.

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One Comment

  • January 28, 2010 | Permalink |

    Julianne Moore is always so great. I’m dying to see this movie after reading all the reviews from Sundance….and it has the girl from Lovely Bones in it…..all star cast

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