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About the Studio: Fisher Klingenstein Films is a new film acquisition and distribution company managed by veteran producer/financiers Danny Fisher, Jack Fisher and Alan Klingenstein. Fisher Klingenstein Films invests specifically in acquisition, not in production, and will consider both libraries and single films. Fisher Klingenstein Films is a trade name of Fisher Klingenstein Ventures, LLC, which is wholly owned by Alan Klingenstein.

Danny and Jack Fisher’s motion picture credits include ““The Ten”, starring Paul Rudd, Winona Ryder and Jessica Alba, “Descent” starring Rosario Dawson,” Lionsgate’s “Tamara”” and John Waters’ “A Dirty Shame” starring Johnny Knoxville. The Fisher brothers’ previous company, City Lights Pictures, released high profile projects such as “Kiss of the Spider Woman” on DVD and “The Year My Parents Went on Vacation” theatrically. Alan Klingenstein produced such noted films as “Two Family House,” which won the highly coveted Sundance Audience Award in 2000 and the highly regarded documentary “Trumbo,” which received a special 100th anniversary National Board of Review award in 2009.

Fisher Klingenstein Films is actively distributing films and television series on DVD in major retail outlets including Walmart, Best Buy, Target, K-Mart, Rite Aid and Barnes & Noble, on digital platforms such as Amazon Instant Watch, Netflix Streaming, iTunes, Hulu, Sony PlayStation and others, as well as releasing theatrically, making international sales and licensing to domestic television.






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