Film News Roundup: Icelandic Drama ‘Indigo Valley’ Lands at Giant Pictures (Exclusive)

In today’s film news roundup, “Indigo Valley” and “For They Know Not What They Do” get homes, the Method Fest Film Festival sets its dates and the Big Bear Film Summit unveils its lineup.AcquisitionGiant Pictures has bought U.S.

rights to Jaclyn Bethany’s indie drama “Indigo Valley,” starring Rosie Day (“Outlander”), Brandon Sklenar (“Mapplethorpe”), Atli Oskar Fjalarsson and Greta Bellamacina, Variety has learned exclusively.Giant Pictures is eyeing a fall digital release for the film.

It tells the story of a newlywed couple on a hiking trip through the Icelandic wilderness.

The couple is unexpectedly joined by the woman’s estranged sister, an actress recently released from rehab.

Jealousy, insecurity and sexual tension run high in the desolate landscape.Mikhail Makeyev and Courtney Harmstone produced the film for Bke Productions in association with Garnet Girl and Red River Studios.

“Indigo Valley” screened at the Garden State

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