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Tuesday
Mar152011

“I WILL FOLLOW” DEBUTS TO STRONG INDIE BOX-OFFICE AND EXPANDS TO 22 SCREENS IN 15 CITIES FOR SECOND WEEK

Los Angeles, CA (March 15, 2011) –The critically-acclaimed drama I WILL FOLLOW hailed by Roger Ebert as “one of the best films I’ve seen about the loss of a loved one,” tallied the third highest reported grosses among the weekend’s ten new independent specialty releases with a $11,428 per screen average. The film was distributed on five screens in New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Seattle by the new African-American film distribution collective, AFFRM, in concert with AMC Independent. Chronicling a day in the life of a black woman at a personal crossroads, I WILL FOLLOW doubled the reported per-screen average of the sole studio offering with an African-American cast this year to date, “Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son.”

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Friday
Feb112011

New Theatrical Distribution Collective Dedicated to Black Independent Cinema

Los Angeles, CA (February 11, 2011) - Veteran industry executive Ava DuVernay has announced the formation of the African-American Film Festival Releasing Movement (AFFRM), a new theatrical distribution entity powered by the nation’s finest black film festival organizations. The collective will theatrically release quality independent African-American films through simultaneous limited engagements in select cities.

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