Showtime Networks has made a deal for rights to Dreamcatcher, the Sundance premiere documentary by helmer Kim Longinotto (Salma, Rough Aunties, Divorce Iranian Style) about former Chicago prostitute-turned-advocate Brenda Myers-Powell and her efforts to fight the sexual exploitation of at-risk youth. The Rise Films, Vixen Films and Green Acres production in association with Impact Partners and Artemis Rising Foundation is produced by Lisa Stevens and Teddy Leifer (The Interrupters, The Invisible War) and executive produced by Dan Cogan, Geralyn White Dreyfous and Regina K. Scully; associate producers are John Stack and Wilfred Spears. Deal was negotiated by Andrew Herwitz of the Film Sales Company on behalf of the filmmakers.
Showtime Acquires Human Trafficking Docu ‘Dreamcatcher’ – Sundance
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