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A24 and DirecTV will distribute teen crime drama Low Tide, which had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival over the weekend.
Kevin McMullin makes his feature debut on the project, which follows Alan, Red and Smitty, who spend the summer on the Jersey Shore, roving the boardwalk and getting into trouble, until the discovery of good old-fashioned treasure sets the friends on an course of escalating suspicion and violence.
It actor Jaeden Martell, Alita‘s Keean Johnson and Alex Neustaedter star, alongside Daniel Zolghadri, Kristine Froseth and Shea Whigham.
Neighborhood Watch’s Richard Peete produced with Automatik’s Rian Cahill and Brian Kavanaugh-Jones, Brendan McHugh and Kevin Rowe.
Endeavor Content brokered the deal on behalf of the filmmakers.
Under A24 and DirecTV’s distribution deal, which sees the indie studio and satellite service jointly acquiring the domestic rights to titles, the companies have recently partnered on Jamie Bell-starrer Skin and Sundance title The Hole in the Ground.
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