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FilmBuff has acquired worldwide distribution rights to Jane Wants a Boyfriend.
The dramedy follows a week in the life of Jane, a young woman on the autism spectrum living in New York City as she and her older sister try to find Jane a boyfriend.
The film, which recently had its west coast premiere at the Napa Valley Film Festival, stars Louisa Krause and Eliza Dushku, with William Sullivan directing the Jarret Kerr-penned script.
Lauren Rachel Brady produced the film, while Anne Dempsey executive produced.
“We are so excited to be working with William on releasing Jane Wants a Boyfriend,” says FilmBuff’s Sam Scupp. “The film is a touching and personal story of courage and sisterhood, and we are proud to help bring it to audiences everywhere.”
The film will open in select theaters and all major On Demand platforms, including Amazon Instant Video, Google Play and iTunes, in March 2016.
The deal was negotiated by Sam Scupp of FilmBuff.
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