Toronto: Cinemavault Acquires Worldwide Rights to Judd Hirsch-Starrer 'The Red Robin'
The Canadian sales agent will start shopping the U.S. indie in Toronto and at the American Film Market.
TORONTO -- Canadian sales agent Cinemavault Releasing has picked up the worldwide distribution rights to the Judd Hirsch-starring U.S. indie The Red Robin, which competed at the Montreal World Film Festival.
The deal with Rowish Pictures for the psychological thriller from writer-director Michael Z. Wechsler will see Cinemavault start shopping the picture in Toronto and at AFM in Santa Monica in November.
Cinemavault picked up the theatrical, TV, on demand, DVD and online rights to the indie that sees Hirsch play a celebrated psychiatrist specializing in trauma who is rumored to have worked for the CIA during the Cold War.
During a family reunion, one of his adult children accuses Hirsch’s character, now dying, of adopting kids to perform mind-control experiments on them.
The Red Robin also stars Ryan O’Nan, C.S. Lee, Jaime Ray Newman, Caroline Lagerfelt and Joseph Lyle Taylor.
The movie will next screen at the Oaxaca FilmFest this month.
Wechsler produced The Red Robin with Shawn R. Singh, and Terry Keefe is co-producer.
Executive producer credits go to Jonathan Sanger, Rick Porras, Wendy Herst and Khush Singh.
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