Sundance Channel picks up Die Mommie Die for theatrical release
BY Advocate.com Editors
May 13 2003 12:00 AM ET
The Sundance Channel has picked up all U.S. rights to Die Mommie Die, based on the stage comedy by Charles Busch, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The film, written by and starring Busch and directed by Mark Rucker, will be released theatrically in the fall as part of the Sundance Film Series, which will also include Michael Winterbottom's In This World and Mark Decena's Dopamine. Die Mommie Die, a parody of lush big-screen soap operas and whodunits of the 1960s, also stars Frances Conroy, Philip Baker Hall, Natasha Lyonne, and Jason Priestley.
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