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Cinelicious Pics

Cinelicious Pics is a distribution wing of the post-production company Cinelicious,[1] launched by Paul Korver and Dennis Bartok, former American Cinematheque head programmer.

Cinelicious Pics
Private
Industry Film distributor
Headquarters Los Angeles, CA
Key people
Paul Korver (founder and CEO), Dennis Bartok (Senior Acquisitions Executive), David Marriott (Vice President of Acquisitions & Distribution), Ei Toshinari (Director of Acquisitions & Distribution)
Products Motion pictures
Parent Cinelicious
Website CineliciousPics.com

The company was designed to distribute new U.S. and foreign independent features and documentaries.[2]

In November 2014, the company announced it would release Eiichi Yamamoto's cult-classic Kanashimi no Belladonna as its first restoration and re-release, with restoration work completed in-house.[3]

LA Weekly announced Cinelicious Pics as Best Indie Film Distributor of 2015.[4]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Nordine, Michael. "Cinelicious Is Helping Us See Great Movies That Otherwise Would Be Forgotten". La Weekly. La Weekly. Retrieved 26 February 2015. 
  2. ^ Yamato, Jen. "Indie/Art House Distrib Cinelicious Pics Launches With 'Giuseppe Makes A Movie,' 'Metalhead,' 'Elektro Moskva'". Deadline.com. Retrieved 26 February 2015. 
  3. ^ "Cinelicious Pics To Restore Belladonna of Sadness For U.S. Release". Anime News Network. Retrieved 26 February 2015. 
  4. ^ "Best Indie Film Distributor (2015)". LA Weekly. Retrieved 30 September 2015. 
  5. ^ Sharf, Zack (2016-03-21). "Cinelicious Pics to Release 4k Restoration of Lost Noir 'Private Property'". Retrieved 2016-06-24.