by Mike Fleming Jr on September 14, 2016 Freestyle Digital Media has acquired North American rights to Do Over, the Rob Francis-directed romantic comedy starring Drew Seeley, Jonathan Bennett, Zack Lively, Amy Paffrath, and Gina Field. It will bow on VOD on October 11 with select...

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Movie review: Arrested development gets serious in ‘The Girl in the Book’' The Girl in the Book Stephanie Merry on December 10 at 9:44am The pop-cultural zeitgeist suggests there’s nothing wrong with a little arrested development. Millennials freeloading off their parents, well into their 30s, are often played...

Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios Acquires Indie Film Distributor Freestyle Releasing Freestyle Matt Donnelly on October 22, 2015 L.A.-based multi-platform distribution company joins producer’s TV portfolio Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios, Inc. has acquired indie film distributor Freestyle Releasing, the producer announced Thursday. ES, an entirely African-American owned company, closed the deal...

Freestyle Grooves With ‘Northern Soul’; Sets Day-And-Date October Release Northern Soul by Nancy Tartaglione on July 22, 2015 8:56am EXCLUSIVE: Freestyle Releasing and Freestyle Digital Media have acquired U.S. theatrical, VOD and DVD rights to BAFTA-nominated Northern Soul. The directorial debut of photographer Elaine Constantine is a look...

‘The Suicide Theory’: Actors keep twisty thriller ticking The Suicide Theory by John Hartl on 7/9/15 A hit man walks into a bar and shoots a suicidal but apparently unkillable victim. That’s essentially the plot of the twisty, ambitious Australian thriller “The Suicide Theory,” and it’s repeated with variations...