Sundance 2013: Breaking Glass Pictures Acquires 'Amelia's 25th,' 'Silver Case'

Alexander C. Kaufman
The Wrap
Sundance 2013: Breaking Glass Pictures Acquires 'Amelia's 25th,' 'Silver Case'

Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired the rights to "Amelia's 25th" and "Silver Case," the distributor announced on Monday.

Neither of the films will be screened at Sundance.

"Amelia's 25th" stars Jennifer Tilly, Danny Trejo, Electra Avellan and Robert Rodriguez, who directed Trejo and Avellan in "Machete." The film, directed by Martín Yernazian, follows the titular character (Avellan), a struggling Los Angeles actress about to turn 25.

Breaking Glass CEO Rich Wolff brokered the deal with Karin Kelts of KMK Productions.

Wolff also negotiated the deal with "Silver Case" director Christian Filippella for the North American release of the film, starring Eric Roberts and Vincent DePaul.

"Silver Case" tells the tale of a Hollywood producer concocting a scheme to derail the career of his rival.

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