Magazine article Screen International

Kino Lorber Snaps Up Telluride Duo

Magazine article Screen International

Kino Lorber Snaps Up Telluride Duo

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Kino Lorber has picked up North American rights to Tony Zierra’s Filmworker and Rüdiger Suchsland’s Hitler’s Hollywood.

Kino Lorber has picked up North American rights to Tony Zierra’s Filmworker and Rüdiger Suchsland’s Hitler’s Hollywood.

Both films screened at Telluride in the last few days and the distributor plans theatrical releases in 2018.

Zierra’s homage to Kubrick’s right-hand man in Filmworker received its world premiere in Cannes and will also play at the New York Film Festival.

The film focuses on the work and life of Leon Vitali, the actor who played Lord Bullingdon in Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon and later abandoned his acting career to become Kubrick’s dedicated assistant.

For more than two decades, Leon worked behind the scenes to ensure Kubrick maintained his legendary body of work. Elizabeth Yoffe produced, and Kino Lorber senior vice-president Wendy Lidell brokered the deal with Jason Ishikawa of Cinetic Media. …

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