Focus Features

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  • Info Focus Features (formerly USA Films, Universal Focus, Good Machine, Gramercy Pictures and October Films) is the art house films division of NBCUniversal, and acts as both a producer and distributor for its own films and a distributor for foreign films.
  • Focus Features was very satisfied with the United States release of this film.
  • Focus Features threatened to sue him and announced it would no longer do business with him.
  • Focus Features picked up the North American distribution rights to the film.
  • The book has been optioned to become a motion picture through Focus Features.
  • Focus Features acquired the distribution rights of the film.
  • Working Title Films produced the film for Focus Features, which also has worldwide distribution rights.
  • Worldwide rights to the independently produced film were acquired by Focus Features.
  • Focus Features International will handle international sales of the film.
  • The project was set up at Focus Features, where it was in various stages of pre-production for approximately three years.
  • The film was later placed in turnaround and bought by Focus Features.
  • James Schamus remained with Universal, whose new small-picture arm became Focus Features.
  • After two years of pre-production, Focus Features dropped the film in August 2004.
  • An American remake of the film is in development at Focus Features.
  • It was released theatrically by Focus Features the following year.
  • In February 2013, Focus Features acquired the rights of the novel to make into a feature film.
  • It has been optioned for film by Focus Features.
  • Focus Features acquired the right to handle international sales for Blindness.
  • It was released by the copyright owner, Focus Features, for purposes of promoting the film.
  • Lee showed the book to Focus Features Chairman James Schamus, who has written most of his films.
  • The film was co-financed by Focus Features International.
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