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ARRAY Releasing Acquires Sterlin Harjos 'Love and Fury&" Film News in Brief

ARRAY Releasing Acquires Sterlin Harjos 'Love and Fury&

ARRAY Releasing, the distribution arm of Ava DuVernays Peabody Award-winning narrative change collective, announced its acquisition of award-winner Sterlin Harjo s documentary Love and Fury.

The company acquired North American, British, Australian and New Zealand rights and will release the film on select screens and on Netflix beginning December 3rd. Tilane Jones, President of ARRAY, made the announcement.

ARRAY Releasing is proud to bring the celebrated filmmaker Sterlin Harjos documentary film Love and Fury to audiences worldwide, just in time for Native American Heritage Month, Jones said. This lovingly made film explores the complex art of multiple Native Americans as well as its interpretation and interpretation of Native identities and perspectives.

The film was premiered at the Hot Docs International Documentary Festival, and was an official selection of the Seattle International Film Festival and the Virginia Film Fair. The movie was produced by Harjo, along with the executive producer Robin Ballenger.

The newFilmmakers Los Angeles announced the final selection of the NewNarratives Artist grant to support and develop emerging global storytellers. The grant of $40,000 will be awarded to Jim Vendiola for the development of Argus, a narrative feature that focuses on reinvestigate the case of alleged victim and whose death he is, the narrative story, ephessive, and the sex of dead teen and its exploitation.

3 additional grants: Nora Mariana Salim and Rami Kodeih will receive up to $50,000 toward the development of a project to be announced; Gabriela Ortega will earn upto $5,000 toward Humano; and Set Hernandez Rongkilyo will get up-to-five toward upcoming film Unseen.

This exciting and powerful slate of films is truly capturing the powerful, unique, and bold vision of these talented creative teams led by innovative filmmakers seamlessly juxtaposing art, science and culture that is what OneFifty is all about.

The most challenging challenge was choosing from the overwhelming number of strong, unique and exciting proposals that we received, and the many many finalists, who were instrumental in identifying our alumnus, said NFMLA programming director Bojana Sandic and co-founder and executive director Larry Laboe. We're very proud of the four selected projects and those filmmakers who intend these funds to support this project. Were proud and proud, we will continue to grow and grow our visions, with their eager eyes and thoughtful input