We are thrilled to announce that Out of My Hand will be released as the first title under the new label, ARRAY, led by Ava DuVernay (“Selma”), this fall. We are So happy that the film will find more audience through this wonderful team!
The Raindance Film Festival is one of the largest Independent Film Festivals in Europe which screens over 250 films from nearly 50 countries this year.
This will be our UK premiere and the screenings will take place in Central London on September 28th at 8:40 pm and October 4th at 12:00 pm.
Please spread the word out if you know someone in the area.
Moreover, the film is coming back to NY for Bushwick Film Festival! The one-time screening will be at IFP Media Center in DUMBO on October 2nd at 7:30PM.
Fortunately, we’ve been having an amazing festival run and there is more to come! All details will follow, so please stay tuned.
We are very excited to announce that Out of My Hand (TELEVISION/ imperfectfilms) is having its Canadian premiere at Montreal World Film Festival /Festival des Films du Monde de Montreal – FFM!
It will be screened on August 30th and 31st. Please spread the word !
From the Los Angeles Times: ‘A drama about a Liberian plantation worker beginning a new life in New York City and a documentary about a Korean couple who have been married for 76 years claimed the top prizes at the Los Angeles Film Festival on Wednesday.
Takeshi Fukunaga‘s “Out of My Hand” [Television/imperfectfilms] took home the U.S. Fiction award, and Mo-Young Jin’s “My Love, Don’t Cross That River” won the Documentary Award. Both films made their North American premieres at the fest, which concludes Thursday.’
Can’t believe this happened.. Congrats and thank you to all the cast and crew!!
If you are in LA, there will be an additional screening tomorrow!
Indiewire has an excellent review of our film, “Out of My Hand,” now in it’s North American premiere at the LA Film Festival.
‘ “Out of My Hand” constantly lulls you into thinking that you know where it is going only to have events play out in unexpected ways. Fukunaga and his team have made a film that elegantly walks a tightrope. It eschews cliche and hoary plot points but it never does so in a way that seems unpredictable just for the sake of unpredictability. No mean feat.
… Fukunaga and his team adopt a simple, naturalistic approach in presenting this arduous labor in a way that recalls Italian Neo-Realism.’
In a press release, the festival commended D’Amour for his “quirky, deeply honest role” in Lawrence Krauser’s film.
D’Amour is currently making his Broadway debut in “Airline Highway”.