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ABUNDANT ACREAGE AVAILABLE - in theaters Sept 29th


ABUNDANT ACREAGE AVAILABLE is director/writer Angus MacLachlan's follow up to the brilliant 2014 romantic comedy GOODBYE TO ALL THAT. MacLachlan is becoming the Barry Levinson of North Carolina with his natural style and tendency to focus on the idiosyncratic nature interpersonal relationships.   

His latest film is about a middle-aged brother and sister, who after their father dies, wrestle with legacy and ownership when three brothers, whose family farmed the land for generations, return after 50 years.

The film is Executive Produced by Martin Scorsese and was a hit at this years Tribeca film festival.

WINNER: Best Screenplay 2017 Tribeca Film Festival

NOMINATED: Best US Narrative Feature 2017 Tribeca Film Festival



ABUNDANT ACREAGE AVAILABLE, starring Amy Ryan will open SEPTEMBER 29th AT CINEMA VILLAGE, 22 E. 12TH ST. IN NYC

* Q&A with Filmmakers Friday, Sep 29 at the 7:10PM Screening and 9:10PM Screening Intro *

Click here for more for showtimes and to purchase tickets.



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