THE ENGLISH TEACHER, Cinedigm
Scordino negotiated the deal on behalf of Cinedigm with Tribeca Film's Nick Savva, Director of Acquisitions.
Cinedigm is leading a digital entertainment revolution. Cinedigm's pioneering digital cinema deployment and servicing efforts, and our state of the art distribution and exhibition software, are cornerstones of the digital cinema transformation. Cinedigm's is also the leading digital aggregator of independent content in the world, providing end-to-end digital content delivery to theaters, across digital and on-demand platforms, and on DVD/Blu-ray. Through partnerships with iTunes, Netflix, Amazon, Google, Hulu, Vudu, Xbox, Playstation, and others, Cinedigm reaches a global digital audience. The company's library of over 5,000 titles includes award-winning documentaries from Docurama Films, next-gen indies from Flatiron Film Company and acclaimed independent films and festival picks through partnerships with The Sundance Institute and Tribeca Film. Cinedigm is proud to distribute many Oscar-nominated films including "The Invisible War," "Hell and Back Again," "GasLand," "Waste Land" and "Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory." Current and upcoming CEG multi-platform releases include "Citadel," "In Our Nature" and "Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey." Cinedigm and Cinedigm Digital Cinema Corp are trademarks of Cinedigm Digital Cinema Corp www.cinedigm.com. [CIDM-G]
About Tribeca Film
Tribeca Film is a comprehensive distribution label dedicated to acquiring and marketing independent films across multiple platforms, including video-on-demand, theatrical, digital, home video and television. It is an initiative from Tribeca Enterprises designed to provide new platforms for how film can be experienced, while supporting filmmakers and introducing audiences to films they might not otherwise see. Current and upcoming Tribeca Film releases include award winning and Oscar-nominated "War Witch," "Struck By Lightning," directed by Brian Dannelly and written by/starring Chris Colfer, Bob Byington's "Somebody Up There Likes Me," starring Nick Offerman, "Greetings from Tim Buckley," and "How to Make Money Selling Drugs."