LosAngeles-based production and sales house Myriad Pictures has picked upinternational rights in all media to Rebecca Dreyfus' documentary Stolen.
Produced inassociation with the US's Court TV, Stolen follows the art detective Harold Smith as he investigates a$500m robbery from Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner museum that includedVermeer's prized work "The Concert".
Blythe Danner and Campbell Scott narrate the Persistenceof Vision Films production, which was made in association with Flourish Filmsand produced by Susannah Ludwig.
The picture hasproved a hit on the festival circuit and won best documentary feature and bestmusical score at the Avignon Film Festival, as well as the audience award atthe Sarasota, among others.
Myriad negotiatedthe deal with Ronna Wallace of Eastgate Pictures.
Myriad's AFMslate includes supernatural thriller The River King starring Ed Burns, psychologicalthrillers The Zodiacstarring Robin Tunney and Rory Culkin and Trauma starring Colin Firth, thriller TheDeal starring ChristianSlater, and the PG Wodehouse comedy Piccadilly Jim starring Sam Rockwell and FrancesO'Connor.