Film News Roundup: Cinema Guild Launches Virtual Cinema Initiative With Cannes Winner ‘Liberté’

Published on Apr 16, 2020

Film News Roundup: Cinema Guild Launches Virtual Cinema Initiative With Cannes Winner ‘Liberté’

In today’s film news roundup, Cinema Guild starts its virtual cinema initiative, Mucho Mas Media announces a partnership, Amazon hires a Netflix veteran and “Pot Luck” gets released.

Virtual Cinema

Cinema Guild is launching its virtual cinema initiative with 2019 Cannes Film Festival prize winner, Albert Serra’s “Liberté” in partnership with arthouse theaters.

“We’re grateful for the opportunity to continue our partnership with arthouse theaters and institutions around the country during this difficult time,” said Cinema Guild President Peter Kelly. “We’re also very happy that U.S. audiences won’t have to wait any longer to experience the audacity and artistry of Albert Serra’s singular vision.” “Liberté” will launch May 1 in partnership with Film at Lincoln Center, and a national rollout will follow on May 8. The film premiered last year at Cannes, where it won a Special Jury Prize in the Un Certain Regard section. Set just before the French Revolution,

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Author: Dave McNary