Samuel Goldwyn Films has picked up US distribution rights to Anything But Love (formerly Standard Time), a throwback to the 1950s Technicolor musicals that is set for theatrical release this autumn.
The film was co-written by director Robert Cary and Isabel Rose, who stars plays an aspiring nightclub singer who becomes involved in a love triangle.
Andrew McCarthy (Pretty In Pink), Cameron Bancroft (Mystery, Alaska) and Eartha Kitt also star.
The deal was negotiated by Gottlieb and lawyer Ben Feldman andproducers Aimee Schoof and Isen Robbins.
Recent Samuel Goldwyn theatrical releases include Peter Sollett's family drama Raising Victor Vargas and the French thriller He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not, starring Audrey Tautou.