SnagFilms has acquired worldwide theatrical, TV and digital rights to All Me: The Life And Times Of Winfred Rembert. The portal plans an online “sneak preview” of the documentary feature — directed by Vivian Ducat and produced by Ducat and Mark Urman — on January 16 commemorating Martin Luther King Day. In February, Snag will premiere the film on cable and online video-on-demand platforms to mark Black History Month. The film, which premiered at the 2011 Hamptons International Film Festival, follows the life of artist Winfred Rembert, whose work depicting images of cotton fields, signing in church, working a chain gang and beyond visually exemplified bigotry in America in the latter part of the 20th century. The pic is an American Pictures 82 Presentation of a Ducat Media Production, in association with Paladin. Warren and Jan Adelson are executive producers.
SnagFilms Nabs Documentary 'All Me: The Life And Times Of Winfred Rembert'
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