EXCLUSIVE: Alan Cumming, Garrett Dillahunt drama goes global.
UK sales outfit Celsius Entertainment has continued to sell festival favourite Any Day Now.
Recent deals include Australia and New Zealand (Pinnacle), Portugal (Legendmain), Netherlands (ABC-Cinemien), Spain (Canal+), Turkey (Mor/Codex), Scandinavia (Koch), Thailand (Sahamongkol), Taiwan (Applause), Korea (Sookie), Japan (Bitters End), Airlines (Jaguar) and Israel (Yes DBS).
Inspired by a true story, Alan Cumming and Garrett Dillahunt star in the drama about a gay couple’s struggle to adopt a boy with down syndrome who was abandoned by his mother.
Travis Fine directs and co-wrote the script with George Arthur Bloom.
The critical hit has to date won ten audience awards including at North American festivals Tribeca, Seattle, Chicago and Outfest.
The film last week opened fourth among new entrants at the Hong Kong box office for Golden Scene, accumulating a screen average of $2,679 across six screens.
Music Box previously nabbed US rights and released in December. Peccadillo released in the UK.