Averyand Rowe are responding to studio interest in co-producing a third version ofthe film, Loose Change Final Edition, whichwould be released theatrically. The film-makers said they would aim to havethat version completed for a potential Sundance 2007 showing.
London-basedMercuryMedia has taken on all non-NorthAmerican activity for Loose Change Final Edition. A spokesman for MercuryMedia said that he expected a
MarketerPavel Mikoloski, who worked onWhat The Bleep Do We Know!', has come onboard.
TheVanity Fair article estimated thatthe original Loose Change film hadbeen viewed more than 10m times on the Internet.
Mercury,which previously concentrated on TV documentaries, noted that Resistance Filmsin