Samuel Goldwyn Films acquires North American rights to Oklahoma-made film ‘To the Stars’

Samuel Goldwyn Films has announced that the company has acquired the North American rights to Martha Stephens’ Oklahoma-made feature film “To the Stars.”

As previously reported, the period drama premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival in U.S. Dramatic Competition. It has played other festivals worldwide, including the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, where the film had its international premiere, according to a news release.

“We were taken with the tender relationship between Liana Liberato and Kara Hayward’s characters, as well as the delightful supporting cast of teens and adults that make this a memorable and heartfelt coming-of-age story. Martha Stephens is a visionary director that balances the comedy, drama, and growing pains of growing up,” said Meg Longo of Samuel Goldwyn Films in a statement.

The movie stars Kara Hayward (“Manchester By The Sea”), Liana Liberato (“The Best of Me”), Tony Hale (HBO’s “Veep”), Jordana Spiro (Netflix’s “Ozark”), Malin Akerman (Showtime’s “Billions”), Shea Whigham (Amazon’s “Homecoming”), Lucas Jade Zumann (TV’s “Anne with an E”), and Adelaide Clemens (SundanceTV’s “Rectify”).

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Samuel Goldwyn Films acquires North American rights to Oklahoma-made film ‘To the Stars’

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