London-based documentary specialists Dogwoof has picked up UK distribution and international sales rights to Nathaniel Kahn’s contemporary art documentary The Price Of Everything.
The film had its world premiere at Sundance, ahead of which HBO Documentary Films acquired US rights. The deal was negotiated by Josh Braun and David Koh of production outfit Submarine with Anna Godas of Dogwoof
Kahn previously directed the Oscar-nominated featuere My Architect and the Oscar-nominated short Two Hands: The Leon Fleisher Story. Featuring world-renowned artists including Jeff Koons and Gerhard Richter, collectors, dealers, and auctioneers, the film reveals how the contemporary art market works and uncovers the medium’s enduring power.
The Price Of Everything is an expose doc focused on the role of art in consumerist society.
“This highly entertaining and accessible film takes us inside the art world like never before, with incredible access to a wonderful cast of characters. We can’t wait to bring it to international buyers at EFM,” commented Anna Godas, CEO of Dogwoof.
Kahn added: “We are very happy to be working with Dogwoof to bring this vision of the contemporary art world, in all its wonder and complexity, to international audiences.”
The Price Of Everything was produced by Jennifer Blei Stockman and Debi Wisch for Hot & Sunny Productions and Carla Solomon for Anthos Media. Lisa Remington and Kayla Malahiazar acted as co-producers.