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Peace Arch Takes Hold on "A West Texas Children's Story"

December 16, 2006 (3:41 am) GMT
Brad Isaacs' drama flick "A West Texas Children's Story" will be distributed outside the U.S under Peace Arch Entertainment Group Inc. banner.

Strikes a real great deal, Peace Arch Entertainment Group Inc. has successfully secured all distribution rights outside the U.S to ensemble drama feature "A West Texas Children's Story" in its further step to expand its portfolio of film, television and DVD productions.

"Reminiscent of great coming of age films like 'Paper Moon' and 'Stand By Me,' 'A West Texas Children's Story' is a truly universal tale set to appeal to a wide range of audiences the world over," Penny Wolf, managing director of Peace Arch's theatrical films sales division Peace Arch Films, commented as she expressed her delight in acquiring the movie.

Recently completed filming in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the picture follows two teenagers as the pair commence a life changing adventure in which they bump into a variety of unique characters throughout, each of whom offers them a chance to learn more about the world around them and about each other.

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