Drafthouse Films Picks Up 'Wrong' by Mr. Oizo
The comedy was written, directed, shot and edited by Quentin Dupieux, the electronic musician-turned-filmmaker best known by his stage name Mr. Oizo.
Drafthouse Films, the film distribution arm of the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, has picked up the North American rights to Wrong, a comedy from electronic musician-turned-filmmaker Quentin Dupieux.
Best known by his stage name, Mr. Oizo. Dupieux wrote, directed, shot and edited Wrong, about a man’s quest to find his kidnapped dog and how his search affects the lives of those he meets.
The movie premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.
Drafthouse is planning a limited theatrical and VOD release in 2013. Starting August 27, fans will be able to download for free two tracks from the movie’s soundtrack, which features music by Mr. Oizo and Tahiti Boy.
The deal was negotiated by Drafthouse Films’ James Shapiro and Chris Perez, producer Gregory Bernard and Michael Donaldson of Donaldson & Callif on behalf of Rubber Films and Realitism Films.
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