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Surveillance

Surveillance Grosses $1,115,493 in 18 Territories

Blue Rider made bridge and gap loans to the supernatural thriller Surveillance, starring Julia Ormond and Bill Pullman. It played on May 21, 2008 at the Cannes Film Festival and was praised by Hollywood Reporter critic Ray Bennett (see blurb on Surveillance's Project page).

The film played at 17 film festivals in 2008 and 2009, winning Best Film at the Sitges Catalonian International Film Festival and both best director (Jennifer Chambers Lynch) and best actress (Ryan Simpkins) and the New York City Horror Film Festival.

It has had theatrical, DVD or TV runs in 18 countries, with the most recent being Japan. Through September 16, 2009 it had earned 1,088,144 in 17 overseas territories, including $441,033 in a one-month run in the France/Algeria/Monaco/Morocco/Tunisia market, $347,592 in the UK/Ireland/Malta market in 24 days and $110,048 in a five-week Mexico run.
In the U.S. it grossed $27,349 in a limited run, through September 16. Worldwide gross is currently $1,115,493.

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