Small indies rarely get two chances to find an audience, but on April 4, Frankie & Alice, the drama starring Halle Berry in her Golden Globe-nominated performance as a stripper with multiple personality disorder, will be rereleased in 150 locations after hitting just one theater in 2010. (According to sources close to the film, that awards-qualifying run petered out due to a lack of funds.) Last year 37 Star Media Fund acquired Frankie & Alice and is now partnering with Lionsgate subsidiary Codeblack Films on the new release. “[Our] mission,” says 37 Star CEO David Strapko, “is to breathe new life into opportunities like this that have been overlooked.”
Posted April 4 2014 — 12:00 AM EDT
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