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All This Panic, Jenny Gage and Tom Betterton’s documentary about two teenage girls coming of age in New York that had its world premiere at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, has found a U.K. home.
Dogwoof, the London-based doc sales and distribution company, picked up the film, signing a deal with its U.S. agent The Film Sales Company with plans to release it theatrically and online across the U.K. in March 2017.
“All This Panic is a gem of a movie, and we were delighted at the number of people who fell for its charm at the BFI London Film Festival,” said Oli Harbottle, Dogwoof’s head of distribution. “The film is now achieving great word-of-mouth, and we’re looking forward to rounding off our fantastic Q1 slate with this next year.”
Shot over three years, All This Panic looks at the struggles and trauma of shedding childhood as it follows Ginger and Dusty, two sisters in Brooklyn, along with their friends and classmates as they attempt to navigate high school politics and embrace an uncertain future as adults.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with Dogwoof to bring All This Panic to the U.K.,” said directors Gage and Betterton. “Their passion and excitement for the film is exactly what we are looking for to bring this film to British audiences.”
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