2011 Sundance Film Festival

We're tracking all the acquisition news from the 2011 Sundance Film Festival right here, with links to the official film guide, distributor information, release dates (if announced), plus links to further information on the deal, either here at Cinematical or elsewhere. Please bookmark this link as we'll be updating it throughout the festival, and if we're missing anything feel free to shoot us an email or comment below. (You'll also be able to find a handy link to this list under our Hot Topics section to the right of your screen.)

Latest updates:
(2/3): 'The Devil's Double'
(1/30): 'Bellflower'

Distribution Deals -- Confirmed:

* 'Another Earth.' Science fiction romance. With William Mapother, Brit Marling. Directed by Mike Cahill. Fox Searchlight. (See indieWIRE article.)

* 'Bellflower.' Drama. With Evan Glodell, Jessie Wiseman. Directed by Evan Glodell. Oscilloscope. (See indieWIRE article.) Theatrical release date: Summer 2011.

* 'Buck.' Documentary. Directed by Cindy Meehl. Sundance Selects. (See indieWIRE article.)

'Cedar Rapids.' Comedy. With Ed Helms, John C. Reilly, Sigourney Weaver. Directed by Miguel Arteta. Fox Searchlight. Theatrical release date: February 11.

'Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel.' Documentary. With Roger Corman, Jack Nicholson, Martin Scorsese. Directed by Alex Stapleton. A&E IndieFilms (television rights).

* 'The Details.' Comedy. With Tobey Maguire, Elizabeth Banks. Directed by Jacob Aaron Estes. Weinstein Company. (See Thompson on Hollywood.)

* 'The Devil's Double.' Drama. With Dominic Cooper, Ludivine Sagnier. Directed by Lee Tamahori. Lionsgate / Herrick Entertainment. (See The Hollywood Reporter.)

* 'The Flaw.' Documentary. Directed by David Sington. New Video. Theatrical release date: 2011.

* 'The Future.' With Hamish Linklater, Miranda July. Directed by Miranda July. Roadside Attractions. (See indieWIRE article, plus Cinematical review by Jenni Miller.)

'The Greatest Movie Ever Sold.' Documentary. Directed by Morgan Spurlock. Sony Pictures Classics -- Rumored before the festival and now confirmed. Theatrical release date: April.

* 'The Guard.' Action comedy. With Brendan Gleason, Don Cheadle. Directed by John Michael McDonagh. Sony Pictures Classics.

* 'Gun Hill Road.' Drama. With Esai Morales, Judy Reyes, Isiah Whitlock Jr. Directed by Rashaad Ernesto Green. Motion Film Group. (See indieWIRE article.) Theatrical release date: Early summer.

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