Content International has picked up foreign rights to Ian Palmer’s Knuckle, about bare-knuckle fighting among Irish gypsy clans called Travellers. The film plays in Sundance’s World Cinema Documentary Competition and had its first screening on Friday. Knuckle has been the subject of remake talks for some time, and a deal on that front could be imminent as well.
SUNDANCE: Foreign Deal For Doc 'Knuckle'
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