Sony Acquires 'River Sorrow' Domestic, Territory Rights
Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions has acquired domestic rights to The River Sorrow, as part of a deal that also saw SPWA pick up rights for the U.K., Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
Directed by Rich Cowan, Sorrow stars Ray Liotta, Ving Rhames, Christian Slater, Giselle Fraga, Raymond Barry, Sarah Ann Schultz and Melora Walters. It was written by Steve Anderson, produced by Daniel Toll, Sarah Ann Schultz, Rich Cowan and Steve Anderson and exec produced by Richard Salvatore and Howard Kerbel.
SPWA struck the deal with North by Northwest Entertainment in association with March On Films, Howieco Inc. and Mudflap Films.
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