SONY PICTURES CLASSICS ANNOUNCES UPDATED SUMMER RELEASE PLANS FOR ‘THE LOST LEONARDO,’ ‘12 MIGHTY ORPHANS,’ AND ‘I CARRY YOU WITH ME’ WITH ALL THREE TITLES SCREENING AT THIS YEAR’S TRIBECA FESTIVAL
NEW YORK (May 10, 2021) – Sony Pictures Classics has announced updated release information for THE LOST LEONARDO, 12 MIGHTY ORPHANS, and I CARRY YOU WITH ME. All three titles will screen at this year’s Tribeca Festival both in person and virtually.
- The world premiere of THE LOST LEONARDO will screen in person at the Tribeca Festival on Sunday, June 13th at The Battery. The film will open in theaters in the New York and Los Angeles areas on August 13th, before expanding to other markets in the following weeks.
- 12 MIGHTY ORPHANS, directed by Ty Roberts and starring Luke Wilson, Martin Sheen, Vinessa Shaw, Wayne Knight, and Robert Duvall, will screen in person at the Tribeca Festival on Monday, June 14th at the Brooklyn Commons MetroTech. The film will now open in theaters in Texas on June 11th, and expand nationwide on June 18th.
- Recently nominated for two Spirit Awards, including “Best First Feature” and a GLAAD Media Award nomination for “Outstanding Film - Limited Release,” Heidi Ewing’s I CARRY YOU WITH ME (following success at the Sundance and New York Film Festivals) will screen in person at the Tribeca Festival on Tuesday, June 15th at Hudson Yards. The film will now open in theaters in the New York and Los Angeles areas on June 25th, before expanding to other markets in the following weeks.
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