Produced by Moxie Pictures and El Peligro, Dina captures the cadences and candid conversations of a relationship that re-examines the notion of love.
The 101-minute doc charts the unconventional love story of Philadelphia-based Dina, an eccentric 49-year-old suburban woman, and her fiancée Scott, an early-morning Walmart greeter, as they move in together ahead of their impending wedding.
The film was most recently awarded with the U.S. Documentary Grand Jury Prize at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Dogwoof plans to introduce the film to foreign buyers at this year’s Berlinale and will also release the film later this year in the UK.
Earlier this month, U.S. distributor The Orchard acquired the North American distribution rights to the film.
“In Dina, Dan and Antonio have created a stunningly cinematic film, which lovingly charts the evolution of the innocent and candid romance of its central characters,” said Harbottle in a statement. “With the look and feel of a classic U.S. indie movie, it is a worthy winner of the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance and is destined to become a favorite with audiences everywhere.”