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Tue, 23 Mar 2004 15:11:56 EST
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Sundance Film Series Goes to Milestone Films for Non-theatrical Distribution

March 23, 2004                                   For immediate release

Milestone Films is delighted to announce that we have public performance 
rights (DVD, VHS and 35mm) for the films in the recent ground-breaking Sundance 
Film Series.

The Sundance Film Series includes:

Michael Winterbottom’s award-winning (including the Golden Bear at the Berlin 
Film Festival) drama of Afghan refugees In This World.

Mark Rucker’s hilarious spoof of "women’s movies" starring the inimitable 
Charles Busch, Die Mommie Die!

Emilio Martínez Lázaro’s offbeat Spanish musical comedy, The Other Side of 
the Bed.

Mark Decena’s hit indie romance Dopamine.

Posters, trailers, electronic press kits and many other press materials are 
available for your screenings. You can read more about the films at our 

For prices and further information on the availability of the Sundance Film 
Series titles, please contact Amy Heller or Dennis Doros at:

Milestone Film & Video / PO Box 128 / Harrington Park, NJ 07640
Phone: 201-767-3117 or 800-603-1104 / Fax: 201-767-3035
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