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Director Brett Haley and his longtime co-writer Marc Basch make sweet music once again in “Hearts Beat Loud,” a beautifully low-key, heartfelt, small scale story of how music aids us in speaking our inner truth. 538 more words


Sundance: Gunpowder & Sky Nabs 'Hearts Beat Loud'

Gunpowder & Sky has picked up North American rights to “Hearts Beat Loud,” a dramedy with “Parks and Recreation” star Nick Offerman, before its Sundance Film Festival debut. 230 more words


'White Fang' Star Nick Offerman Enthuses Over Pic's "Important" Environmental Message — Sundance Studio

An Oscar winner for his 2013 animated short Mr Hublot, Alexandre Espigares makes his feature debut with White Fang, which premiered at Sundance yesterday. 209 more words

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It was kind of the perfect setting to interview Nick Offerman: a folksy hotel lobby, nestled a little bit away from the hustle and bustle of Park City, Utah’s Main Street during the Sundance Film Festival. 2,750 more words

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Sony Pictures Worldwide Scores 'Hearts Beat Loud' Deal For International - Sundance

In one of the first deals of the Sundance Film Festival, Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions has acquired international rights to Brett Haley’s Hearts Beat Loud… 141 more words

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Sundance: Sony Pictures Worldwide Nabs Foreign Rights to 'Hearts Beat Loud'

Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions has acquired all international rights to Brett Haley’s “Hearts Beat Loud” in advance of its Sundance Film Festival premiere.

The tender drama about a father (Nick Offerman) trying to convince his daughter (Kiersey Clemons) to form a band premieres on the festival’s last night. 159 more words


10 Buzziest Films at Sundance Film Festival 2018

Studio executives flock to Park City hoping to find the next big thing in indie film. It’s a chance to get their hands on the newest “The Big Sick,” the kind of powerful movie that has what it takes to break out into the mainstream. 506 more words