Sony Pictures Classics Acquires Woody Allen's Next Film 'Irrational Man'
Film marks eighth collaboration with the filmmaker and Sony Classics
NEW YORK (January 29, 2014) – Sony Pictures Classics announced today that they have acquired all North American rights to Woody Allen’s upcoming film, IRRATIONAL MAN, from Gravier Productions.
Produced by Letty Aronson, Stephen Tenenbaum and Edward Walson, the film features a prestigious cast including Jamie Blackley, Joaquin Phoenix, Parker Posey and Emma Stone.
"Sony Classics and I have a good working relationship. I like the way they handle my movies, very special, very classy and I always hope my films live up to their expectations,” said Woody Allen.
Sony Pictures Classics adds, "Woody Allen's new movie IRRATIONAL MAN, his latest annual gift to moviegoers everywhere, is as fresh and winning as ever."
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Michael Barker and Tom Bernard serve as co-presidents of Sony Pictures Classics—an autonomous division of Sony Pictures Entertainment they founded with Marcie Bloom in January 1992, which distributes, produces, and acquires independent films from around the world.
Barker and Bernard have released prestigious films that have won 32 Academy Awards® (28 of those at Sony Pictures Classics) and have garnered 158 Academy Award® nominations (132 at Sony Pictures Classics) including Best Picture nominations for WHIPLASH, AMOUR, MIDNIGHT IN PARIS, AN EDUCATION, CAPOTE, HOWARDS END, AND CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON.
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