Film Movement picks up 'Nurse.Fighter.Boy'
Company grabbed U.S. rights to urban romance filmTORONTO – The New York-based specialty distributor Film Movement has picked up the the U.S. rights to Charles Officer's "Nurse.Fighter.Boy," an urban romancer from Norman Jewison's Canadian Film Center.
The Clark Johnson and Karen Leblanc-starring drama portrays the intertwined lives of a single mother, her 12-year-old son and an aging boxer.
The Canadian indie film bowed at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival.
The U.S. sale for "Nurse.Fighter.Boy" was unwrapped by Film Movement president Adley Gartenstein and Justine Whyte, executive producer and director of CFC Features.