Magazine article Screen International

Italy's I Wonder Scores Doc Haul Including Gibney, Herzog Titles

Magazine article Screen International

Italy's I Wonder Scores Doc Haul Including Gibney, Herzog Titles

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Italian distributor I Wonder Pictures has struck deals for a number of documentaries, confirming its place as a key player in the doc market.

Andrea Romeo, I Wonder managing director, has picked up a number of films that screened at the recent Italian Biografilm festival, of which he is also the artistic director.

Acquisitions include Alex Gibney's Zero Days, Werner Herzog's Lo And Behold and Morgan Neville's Music Of Strangers about cellist Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble.

Also picked up were the Paula Vaccaro and Jim Jarmusch-produced celebration of Howard Bookner, Uncle Howard; refugee story Those Who Jump; doc thriller The Lovers And The Despot; and Ester Gould's Strike A Pose, the what-happened-next chronicle about the dancers of Madonna's 1990 music tour.

I Wonder, which has previously released documentaries Citizenfour, The Look Of Silence and The Act Of Killing, as well as indie features Frank and The Brand New Testament, will team up on some of the releases with Rome-based distributor Fil Rouge Media. …

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