Magazine article Screen International

HanWay Picks Up Int'l Sales on Diana Vreeland Doc for AFM

Magazine article Screen International

HanWay Picks Up Int'l Sales on Diana Vreeland Doc for AFM

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Jeremy Thomas' company will assume sales duties after striking a deal with Submarine, which has also licensed UK rights to StudioCanal, Australia and New Zealand to Madman and the Benelux to Home Screen.

Lisa Immordino Vreeland's documentary Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel premiered in Venice and as previously announced will open in North America through Samuel Goldwyn Films.

Submarine's David Koh and Josh Braun struck the deals with Fabien Westerhoff and Thorsten Schumacher on behalf of HanWay Films, Paul Wiegard of Madman Entertainment, Alison Meese for StudioCanal and Luc Freyer on behalf of Home Screen.

The film portrays the life of the late, celebrated fashion industry figure, who as the creative director of Harper's Bazaar launched the career of 1960s supermodel Twiggy and advised Jackie Onassis. …

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