The New York-based distributor has acquired US theatrical and museum rights to Doug Aitken’s Sundance premiere.
Submarine Deluxe will release Station To Station theatrically in late summer and through its new museum distribution label, Submarine 360.
In the words of Aitken the film “takes a journey across the modern creative landscape through a diverse range of perspectives and voices.”
The film features Jackson Browne, Patti Smith, Ed Ruscha, Beck and Giorgio Moroder among others. Chris Totushek produced with Alex Waite, while Aitken served as executive producer with Arts & Sciences.
Station To Station recently sold to Films We Like label in Canada, NonStop Entertainment in Scandinavia, Madman Entertainment in Australia and New Zealand, NFP Submarine Doks in Germany and Austria and Feltrinelli in Italy.
“We are excited and honoured to work with Doug on finding an innovative way to distribute his unique and visually stunning film,” said David Koh and Dan Braun of Submarine Deluxe.
“He has curated some of our favourite musicians and artists to collaborate with him and has beautifully documented it all in Station To Station the movie with a powerful one-minute structure that moves at a bold pace and is perfect for today’s audience.”
Koh and Braun negotiated the deal with Liesl Copland of WME, Dean Cheley of Donaldson + Callif and Bunny Jurriaans of Doug Aitken Workshop on behalf of the film-maker and producers.