It will be the international premiere of the Chicago-set crime thriller.
DDA will now provide Press and PR service for the LFF main programme, awards and events.
Drama stars Game Of Thrones Oona Chaplin and Natalia Tena.
Tricia Tuttle takes over as Artistic Director for this year’s event.
Anne-Marie Flynn moves to managing director.
The story would be set seven years after events in the first film – and Elio wouldn’t necessarily be gay.
Luca Guadagnino launches broadside at ”ideological lie of the industry”.
Ryan Kampe to handle world sales excluding Spain, Andorra.
IFC Midnight is acquiring North American distribution rights to the supernatural thriller.
Other directors on shortlist were Rungano Nyoni (I Am Not A Witch) and Michael Pearce (Beast).
Number 9 Films’ Elizabeth Karlsen also announced to deliver keynote speech.
Melissa Parmenter, John Battsek and Michael Dudok De Wit lead other 2017 juries.