We just picked up our friend Marc Singer’s doc DARK DAYS for a theatrical re-release this summer, followed by an extras-laden double-disc DVD and digital platform launch.
The film is a portrait of a homeless community thriving in NYC’s underground train tunnels in the 90s. It premiered at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival and won three awards there. And DJ Shadow made a great score for the film.
Singer personally told us that if we didn’t release the film, he was gonna shelve it, which seemed a shame.
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