Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired worldwide rights to Marc Singer’s portrait of a homeless population living in the underground train tunnels of New York City in the 1990s. 

O-scope will release the film theatrically followed by DVD and digital platforms this summer alongside a series of educational and non-theatrical screenings.

Dark Days premiered at Sundance 2000 and won the audience, cinematography and Freedom Of Expression awards in the documentary strand.

O-Scope’s Meek’s Cutoff is screening at Sundance later this week in the Spotlight section.