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Orion Classics has nabbed the North American and Latin American rights to writer-director Matthew Brown’s Maine, which bowed at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.
The two-hander stars Laia Costa (Life Itself) and Thomas Mann (Me, Earl and the Dying Girl) as Appalachian Trail hikers, and will receive a theatrical release Dec. 13, followed a day later by a VOD and digital release.
In Maine, Costa plays a married Spanish woman who attempts to hike the entire Appalachian Trail solo, only to find her solitude is interrupted by a young American hiker (Mann).
Summer Shelton, Michael B. Clark and Alex Turtletaub produced the indie, while Costa and Mann share executive producer credits.
Orion Classics recently released Mike P. Nelson’s dystopian action thriller The Domestics, starring Kate Bosworth, and recently acquired Clara’s Ghost, starring Abby Elliott and Chris Elliott.
ICM handled sales on Maine.
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