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Icarus Films acquires ‘Rabbit a la Berlin’

A story about thousands of wild rabbits living safely between two sections of the Berlin Wall has garnered critical acclaim, an Oscar nomination for Best Documentary Short and is now acquired by Icarus Films. Icarus will handle the North American release of theatrical, non-theatrical, television and home video distribution rights for Rabbit a la Berlin, from filmmakers Bartek Konopka, Piotr Rosolowski, and Anna Wydra.
March 3, 2010

A story about thousands of wild rabbits living safely between two sections of the Berlin Wall has garnered critical acclaim, an Oscar nomination for Best Documentary Short and is now acquired by Icarus Films. Icarus will handle the North American release of theatrical, non-theatrical, television and home video distribution rights for Rabbit a la Berlin, from filmmakers Bartek Konopka, Piotr Rosolowski, and Anna Wydra.

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