Aaron Katz’s Movie COLD WEATHER Picked Up by IFC Films
IFC Films has acquired the North American distribution rights to Aaron Katz’s film “Cold Weather“, according to The Hollywood Reporter. IFC has also picked up the film’s distribution in Asia, the Middle East and East-Central Europe. The distribution company will use its IFC in Theaters platform, which allows the film to be released both On Demand and in theaters on the same day.
The indie film “Cold Weather” stars Cris Lankenau as Doug who moves in with his sister, played by Trieste Kelly Dunn. The movie takes a mysterious twist when Doug’s ex-girlfriend disappears. The film was written, directed and edited by Aaron Katz, with producers Brendan McFadden, Ben Stambler, and Parts & Labor’s Lars Knudsen and Jay Van Hoy.
IFC Entertainment president states, “We’ve always been fans of Aaron Katz’s work but, with `Cold Weather,’ he has made a great step forward as a filmmaker. It’s great fun to see him play with the detective/mystery genre and he’s aided by a wonderful cast and fantastic creative team. This is one of the most original American independent films of the year and we can’t wait to bring it to audiences via all of our various platforms.”