Exclusive: Buffalo 8 Musical Drama Wins North America Love gets a house From Director Rodrigo Cortes (Rooted) Outside of the Cannes Film Festival, it is set to release in limited theaters this fall.
The film starring Clara Rugard (I am mother) And Ferdia Walsh-pillow (Singh Street) Is a romantic story that embraces the themes of love and survival in the face of painful situations and perseverance, resilience and sacrifice. It is set in 1942 and follows a group of Jewish actors who perform a theatrical play in the center of Warsaw Ghetto. Rugard’s character must decide life and death in the middle of his stage show – to follow his heart or to escape from the Warsaw Ghetto.
Love gets a house After its world premiere at the Festival de Seville, the ear has been screened for buyers. Curtis co-wrote the film with David Sapphire (Heinous deeds) Produced by Adrian Guerra and Nuria Valls, produced by Curtis Exquire, and co-produced by Miguel Angel Foura and Rugard.
“A truly emotional roller coaster, beautifully spoken and thought-provoking,” said Nikki Stear Justice, head of distribution at Buffalo 8, of the film. “I was really impressed with Curtis’ subtle way of directing and Clara Rugard stole the show with her performance.”
Buffalo 8 is a full-service film and media company focused on production, post-production, finance, and distribution, based in Santa Monica. Past releases included Little people, Country of Leopold, Like you, American cherry And Rodney King.
Buffalo 8 negotiated for the deal Love gets a house With CAA and Nostromo Pictures.