The distributor has taken North American rights to Jason Banker’s AFI FEST selection and genre-bending film based on the life experiences of co-writer and star Amy Everson.
Felt premiered at Fantastic Fest and will open in April both theatrically and across ancillary platforms.
The story centres on an artist who uses a particular form of her work to help herself recover from a rape.
Banker produced the film and directed from a story he devised with Everson.
Amplify’s Dylan Marchetti brokered the deal with Nate Bolotin and Mette-Marie Katz of XYZ Films on behalf of the filmmakers.
Video Services Corp has acquired Canadian rights to Patch Town. Craig Goodwill directed the comedy adventure based on his short of the same name about an orphan, a mother and a child-catcher.