Sundance Selects has acquired North American rights to Do I Sound Gay? from first-time filmmaker David Thorpe.

The documentary about sexuality, speech and personal identity premiered in Toronto and features such LGBT luminaries as Margaret Cho, David Sedaris and George Takei.

Howard Gertler, Jenny Raskin and Thorpe produced while Dan Cogan served as executive producer.

The film will receive its US premiere on November 13 as the opening night film of the fifth DOC NYC festival and will open theatrically next summer.

Sundance Selects brokered the deal with Cinetic Media.

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