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Dogwoof Global takes on “The House I Live In”

Dogwoof Global has acquired the international distribution rights, excluding North America, to Eugene Jarecki's examination of America's war on drugs and the role incarceration plays within it.
October 4, 2012

Dogwoof Global has acquired the international distribution rights, excluding North America, to Eugene Jarecki’s The House I Live In.

The deal was brokered between Dogwoof Global and Charlotte Street Films, the production company behind Jarecki’s film about America’s drug war. The project was funded by a number of international sources, including BBC, ITVS, ZDF, NHK, SVT and VPRO.

The Sundance grand jury prize-winning film will have a UK release on November 23.

As Jarecki told realscreen earlier this year during Sundance, he views the film as “the labor of love that came out of my own personal experience, and that I felt was dealing with a subject of incalculable urgency.”

Vesna Cudic,  international TV sales and acquisitions at Dogwoof Global, said: “The House I Live In is an extraordinary film. We are delighted to bring such a heavyweight title into our fold.”

The House I Live In will be released theatrically in North America by Abramorama, while SnagFilms will distribute the doc digitally.

About The Author
Andrew Jeffrey joined Realscreen in 2021 as its news editor. Here, he helps to oversee assignment, reporting and editing for Realscreen's daily newsletter. Prior to his work covering documentary and non-fiction film and TV, he worked as a reporter and associate producer for CBC Edmonton, and as a reporter for The Star Calgary, where he covered daily news on beats such as local and provincial politics, health care and harm reduction, sports and education. His work has appeared in other Canadian news outlets such as TVO, the Edmonton Journal and Avenue Magazine.

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