IFC Films has acquired the Joe Swanberg-directed Uncle Kent, a film that was just accepted in the Spotlight section of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. The pic follows a cartoonist for a kid show as he spends a weekend in L.A. trying to bed his visiting house guest.
IFC Acquires Sundance Pic 'Uncle Kent'
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