February 24th, 2016 Last Updated on: August 14th, 2016
Good news for those of you who haven't been able to catch the critically acclaimed drama Songs My Brothers Taught Me. According to v, the film has been picked up by Kino Lorber for North American distribution!
“Songs My Brothers Taught Me” centers around Lakota Native Americans living on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in the Badlands of South Dakota. Starring non-professional actors, the plot follows a high school senior who must reevaluate his future after the death of his father leaves him responsible for his 13-year-old sister.
“‘Songs' soars with emotional resonances in an infinite landscape,” said Kino Lorber CEO Richard Lorber in an official statement after his company acquired the picture.”We were entranced by Chloe’s characters pursuing their destinies in small but poignant ways against grand cinematic vistas. It's a film to be cherished and we're inspired to bring it to audiences nationwide.”
Kino Lorber is planning a spring 2016 roll out, beginning with a theatrical premiere at New York City's Film Forum on Wednesday, March 2.
Here's the new trailer below!
For updates on when and where the film will be shown, please visit http://songsthemovie.com/
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