"Google Me" The Movie Finds Double Distribution

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"Super Size Me" Producer Brokers Documentary Deal

"Google Me" the movie has been picked up for distribution by two of the industry's heaviest hitters. On behalf of filmmaker Jim Killeen, Heather Winters of Studio-on-Hudson (executive producer of Morgan Spurlock's Academy Award® nominated and Sundance award-winning documentary "Super Size Me") negotiated the deal with Cinevolve Studios and Cinetic Rights Management.

Cinetic Rights Management will take a non-traditional distribution route with the film using an online distribution model. CRM utilizes such video-on-demand outlets as: iTunes, Hulu, Amazon VOD and Jaman.

"'Google' Me shows us the simple power that the internet can offer us in bringing people together who are separated by culture, geography and ideology, but joined by a common ground," says Cinevolve Studios CEO Arik Treston. "Speaking of common ground, with film as our passion, we're very excited to be in business with a talented, adventurous filmmaker such as Jim, and Studio-on-Hudson, a company whose eye for quality dovetails into Cinevolve's philosophy perfectly."

"Google" Me is a feature-length documentary about Detroit native and LA resident Jim Killeen who, like so many of us, Googled his name one evening in a moment of curiosity. The difference here that the filmmaker actually followed up on his findings by not only contacting the discovered namesakes, but also traveling to whatever remote location was called for to meet and interview the subjects of his search. Jim Killeen the filmmaker found, among others, Jim Killeen the Roman Catholic priest in Ireland, Jim Killeen the retired cop in New York, Jim Killeen the CEO in Australia and Jim Killeen the sexual swinger in Denver. As a result of his genealogical journey, Killeen winds up forging life-long friendships with the previously unknown Killeens, as well as documenting a provoking commentary on today's society and how technology has transformed all of our lives. 
 
About Cinetic Rights Management:
Formed in 2007, Cinetic Rights Management provides comprehensive film sales representation for digital media. Through aggressive sales and innovative dealmaking, Cinetic has become the industry gold standard, a reputation which now extends to digital platforms through CRM. CRM is dedicated to assessing the universe of licensing opportunities in order to maximize revenue on behalf of filmmakers and maintain up-to-the-minute relationships with and knowledge of all digital retailers.

About Cinevolve:
Cinevolve Studios, whose traditional distribution model is married with comprehensive and strategic grass-roots marketing to reach all niche audiences, has Google Me slated for 3rd Quarter 2009 release on both DVD and as part of their CineBlu line, a DVD-priced Blu-ray collection. They will also be unspooling the film at special events and festivals,
to be announced.

About Studio-On-Hudson:
Studio-On-Hudson is a New York-based production company and producer's representative committed to seeking excellence and original voices in independent film, television, theatre and new media. Specializing in development, production and financing of independent feature films and documentaries, Studio-On-Hudson was founded in 2000 by Producer/Writer Heather Winters and producing partner Joe Morley. Studio-On-Hudson executive produced Morgan Spurlock's Academy Award® nominated and Sundance award-winning documentary "Super Size Me" and the soon-to-be-released Sundance-winning "Anywhere, USA" in addition to many other award-winning and critically acclaimed films.

Media contact:
Marlan Willardson
MWPR
marlan @ mw-pr.com

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