Dedicated documenary brand will see a full slate of feature documentaries released theatrically, digitally and to home entertainment, including The Square [pictured].
Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment (KHE) will launch a dedicated documentary brand from Jan 1, 2015.
Spectrum will see a full slate of feature documentaries released theatrically, digitally and to home entertainment, both domestically and internationally, through Kaleidoscope Film Distribution.
The first title to be released is Marshall Curry’s Point & Shoot, about a young American imprisoned in Libya during the revolution. It will be in UK cinemas from Jan 15, with a special Q&A preview event on Jan 12 at Curzon West End.
This will be followed by a digital release of Jehane Noujaim’s The Square on Jan 17 and a theatrical release of Peter Anthony’s The Man Who Saved the World about a Soviet General who, during the Cold War, helped to avert a potential nuclear war.
Other titles on Spectrum’s slate include I Am Big Bird, Amazonia, Apocalypse Hitler and Drone.
Adam Sergeant, marketing director at KHE, commented: “Already one of the leading documentary distributors, we look forward to Spectrum giving our product a stronger consumer-facing identity and to allow us to build further upon an already strong documentary offering”
All existing Kaleidoscope documentaries, such as We Are the Giant and Road, will be rebranded to Spectrum,