SAMUEL GOLDWYN FILMS ACQUIRES THE DOMESTIC DISTRIBUTION RIGHTS TO THE H COLLECTIVE’S “THE PARTS YOU LOSE” STARRING AARON PAUL

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The Christopher Cantwell Directed Film had its World Premiere at the Sun Valley Film Festival

Samuel Goldwyn Films has picked up domestic distribution rights to The Parts You Lose directed by Christopher Cantwell (“Halt and Catch Fire”) and starring Emmy Award® Winner Aaron Paul (“Breaking Bad,” Need for Speed), Scoot McNairy (Argo, “Narcos: Mexico”), Mary Elizabeth Winstead (“Fargo,”10 Cloverfield Lane) and newcomer Danny Murphy.  Academy® Award winner Mark Johnson (Rain Man, “Breaking Bad,” “Halt and Catch Fire”) produced under his Gran Via banner alongside Tom Williams, Aaron Paul and The H Collective’s Kenneth Huang.  Written by Darren Lemke, The Parts You Lose  recently had its world premiere at the Sun Valley Film Festival on March 14th where Paul was presented with the “Pioneer Award.”  The film will be released by Samuel Goldwyn Films in late summer.

In the character-driven thriller, Paul plays a fugitive criminal who forms an unlikely bond with a deaf child named Wesley (Murphy) when he takes refuge in an abandoned barn on the boy's family's farm. But with authorities closing in, Wesley must decide where his allegiances lie.

“We’re thrilled to be working with such an exceptional cast whose character relationships within the film are riveting and impactful,” says Meg Longo Senior Director at Samuel Goldwyn. “Christopher Cantwell crafts an impressively fresh thriller that, like its winter atmosphere, paints humanity in shades of grey.”

The H Collective fully financed and oversaw production on the dramatic thriller. The H Collective’s Nic Crawley and Kent Huang, Douglas Jones, Blue Fox Entertainment’s Todd Slater and Paula Van Der Oest executive produced. 

Meg Longo negotiated on behalf of Samuel Goldwyn Films with UTA, who represented the filmmakers. Blue Fox Entertainment is handling the international rights.

ABOUT SAMUEL GOLDWYN FILMS

Samuel Goldwyn Films is a major, independently owned and operated motion-picture company that develops, produces and distributes innovative feature films and documentaries.

The company is dedicated to working with both world-renowned and emerging writers/filmmakers and committed to filmed entertainment that offers original voices in uniquely told stories. This is best exemplified by the Academy Award® nominated Super Size Me; Sundance winner Gook written and directed by Justin Chon; the critically acclaimed feature debut by Francis Lee God’s Own Country; SXSW winner Most Beautiful Island; the high-school drama Blame directed, written, and starring Quinn Shephard; LGBTQ musical drama Saturday ChurchAllure starring Evan Rachel Wood; Warwick Thornton’s Australian western Sweet Country starring Sam Neill, Bryan Brown, and Hamilton Morris; the Wim Wenders film, starring James McAvoy and Academy Award winner® Alicia Vikander, Submergence; the family film ZooNancy, a psychological thriller starring Andrea Riseborough; Cold Skin from director Xavier Gens; and A Boy A Girl A Dream starring Omari Hardwick and Meagan Good. Upcoming releases include Ondi Timoner’s bio-pic Mapplethorpe starring Matt Smith, Russia’s historic drama Sobibor, Joseph Cross’ directorial debut Summer Night, and the Karen Gillan & David Dastmalchian lead film All Creatures Here Below.

ABOUT THE H COLLECTIVE

Launched in 2017, and with offices in Los Angeles, The H Collective is a global film finance, production, marketing and distribution company that is producing and financing a diversified slate of high-quality films with strong Franchise IP potential.  The slate includes Brightburn starring Elizabeth Banks which Sony will release on May 24th and Christopher Cantwell’s thriller The Parts You Lose starring Aaron Paul. The H Collective acquired the rights to Aaron W. Sala’s horror thriller spec The Beast and will produce the fourth installment of the xXx franchise starring Vin Diesel.

For further information, visit: www.thehcollectivefilms.com.