Santa Barbara and Palm Springs film festival audience winner Starbuck is headed to indie company Entertainment One. The distributor acquired all U.S. distribution rights for the feature directed by Ken Scott and written by Scott and Martin Petit. Caramel Films produced the comedy starring Patrick Huard, Julie LeBreton and Antoine Bertrand. Starbuck revolves around David Wosniak (Huard), an 42-year-old eternal teenager who decides to finally take control of his life. He discovers that he’s the biological father of 533 children and suddenly, his life is much more complicated than he ever anticipated. The feature has grossed over $3.5 millino in Canada, making it the highest-grossing Canadian film in 2011. eOne’s international sales team recently announced sales of the film to Benelux, France, Spain, Switzerland, German & Austria, Japan and Israel.
Entertainment One Acquires Festival Audience Award Winner 'Starbuck'
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