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Source:  Variety

Magnolia Pictures has acquired the North American rights to “Stray,” a documentary about the stray dogs of Istanbul, from London-based documentary distributor Dogwoof.

Marking Elizabeth Lo’s directorial debut, the film takes a canine’s-eye-view of the streets of Istanbul and follows three dogs — Zeytin, Nazar, and Kartel — as they roam free, offering a unique take on the Turkish city and its inhabitants.

The dogs’ lives ultimately intersect when they bond with a group of young Syrians who share the streets with them.

Read the story at Variety.


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