Hart Sharp Video hasacquired domestic home video rights to hit documentary Super Size Me from Roadside Attractions and Samuel Goldwyn Films.The film, in which film-maker Morgan Spurlock puts himself on a strict diet ofMcDonald's food for 30 days, will be released in the autumn on DVD and VHS.
The deal was closed betweenMeyer Gottlieb of Goldwyn, Howard Cohen of Roadside and Joe Amodei of HartSharp Video.
The film joins other HartSharp video releases such as Bus 174, OnCommon Ground and The Tale Of Tillie'sDragon
"Gaining a title like SuperSize Me is a huge step for Hart Sharp Video. This film gives us theopportunity to show the industry that an independent owned company can take onlarger theatrical fare," said Amodei in a statement.