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Source:  The Hollywood Reporter

Sony Pictures Classics has acquired worldwide rights to “Julia,” a documentary about late TV chef and cookbook author Julia Child.

The film, directed by Oscar-nominated “RBG” filmmakers Betsy West and Julie Cohen, will be executive produced by Imagine Documentaries’ Ron Howard and Brian Grazer.

“‘Julia’ promises to be a major independent movie event in 2021 — entertaining, revelatory and resonant for today,” Sony Pictures Classics said Friday in a statement.

Imagine Documentaries and CNN Films are producing the project with Storyville Films under the working title “Julia.”  Production has begun on the film.

Read the story at The Hollywood Reporter.


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