The deals continue to arrive at the 2022 Virtual Sundance Film Festival. MUBI has closed the document Free Chol Su Lee, including North America, and Warner Bros. Am I okay? office post a movie on HBO Max. Lauren Pomerantz stars Dakota Johnson, Sonoya Mizuno, Jermaine Fowler, Molly Gordon, June Diane Raphael and Sean Hayes.
Am I okay? The premiere took place on January 24 in the “Premieres” category. Lucy and Jane have been best friends most of their lives and think they know about each other everything there is to know. But when Jane announces that she is moving to London, Lucy reveals a long-held secret. When Jane tries to help Lucy, their friendship plunges into chaos. The film was produced by Stephanie Elin, Roe Donnelly, Jessica Elbaum, Eric Feig, co-produced by Gloria Sanchez Productions and Picturestart. The independent film group UTA is mediating the deal, which is the festival’s third-largest deal after Searchlight paid $ 7.5 million for U.S. rights to Good luck to you, Leo Grande, and a big sale of the festival, Cha Cha Real Smooth.
Director Julie Ha / Eugene & Free Chol Soo Lee bought MUBI not only for North America but also for the UK, Ireland, Latin America, Germany, Austria, Italk and Turkey. A theatrical performance is scheduled for later this year.
In the 1970s in San Francisco, 20-year-old Korean immigrant Chol Su Lee was convicted of racial origin and convicted of murder in Chinatown. Sentenced to life, he spends years struggling to survive until investigative journalist KV Lee takes an interest in his case, fomenting an unprecedented movement for social justice that unites Asian Americans and inspires a new generation of activists. Nearly five decades later, Free Chol Soo Lee is unraveling a largely unknown but significant story, creating an intimate portrait of a sophisticated man at the center of the movement and serving as an urgent reminder that Lee’s legacy is more relevant than ever.
“Our team is very excited to work with MUBI, who accept and share our goal – to make sure Free Chol Soo Lee has found a large and diverse audience,” Ha and I. said. from the street and strangers who hugged him and considered him worthy. Through the partnership with MUBI, we hope to ensure the longevity of the film and a sustainable legacy for Chol Su Lee and the iconic movement he inspired. ”
Su Kim, Jean Tian and Sona Joe produced, and Submarine mediated.