Cinema Libre Studio has partnered with Participant Productions to handle domestic distribution and international sales on Participant's Angels In The Dust which looks at the AIDS crisis in South Africa through the eyes of orphans. It is set to open in select US cities in autumn 2007.

Louise Hogarth's film recently premiered at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival where it won the Emerging Pictures/Full Frame Audience Award.

Produced by Dream Out Loud Productions and Participant, the film is the story of Marion Cloete, an Afrikaaner woman who took her family away from a wealthy Johannesburg suburb to establish a school and shelter for more than 550 South African children.

The film was produced by James Egan with Hogarth, whose last film was controversial AIDS documentary The Gift, and executive produced by Jeff Skoll, the founder of Participant, and Diane Weyermann, who is evp of documentary production for Participant.