BLUE ICE DOCS acquires 3 titles for Canadian release

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BLUE ICE DOCS Falls For Some Autumn Titles Acquiring Requiem For The American Dream, Speed Sisters and The Missing Ingredient

Last Updated: October 6, 2015 7:28 am GMT
(Toronto--October 6, 2015) Robin Smith of Blue Ice Docs has acquired three titles for Canadian release: Requiem For The American Dream, Speed Sisters, and the Canadian production, The Missing Ingredient.



Requiem For The American Dream – directed by Kelly Nyks, Jared P. Scott, Peter D. Hutchison

Through interviews with Noam Chomsky filmed over four years, this definitive documentary of the “Two Americas” is an unvarnished account of how policies have helped concentrate wealth in the hands of a few at the expense of everyone else. Profoundly personal and thought provoking, this is an eye opening revised vision of the American Dream, in the wake of a dying middle class.

Speed Sisters – directed by Amber Fares

The first all-woman racecar driving team from the Middle East have been grabbing headlines and turning heads at race tracks across the West Bank. These five women have sped their way into the heart of the gritty, male-dominated Palestinian street car-racing scene. Weaving together their lives on and off the track, Speed Sisters takes you on a surprising journey that drives you fast and far.

The Missing Ingredient – directed by Toronto-native Michael Sparaga

What makes a restaurant an “institution”? Is it something you can manufacture, or even copy? The Missing Ingredient follows Manhattan restaurateur Charles Devigne as he makes the bold decision to boost his struggling restaurant’s business by putting up the iconic zebra wallpaper made world-famous by the recently closed New York dining institution Gino’s. His choice sparks controversy when Gino’s previous owners, staff and loyal regulars, still hurting over Gino’s closing, catch wind of his intentions.


About Blue Ice Docs

Founded in 2014 in partnership between Robin Smith, president of KinoSmith, and Blue Ice Group co-owners, Steven Silver and Neil Tabatznik, Blue Ice Docs uses the expertise and skills of both organizations to acquire, fund and develop a wide variety of non-fiction projects from around the world. Upcoming releases from Blue Ice Docs include Tomorrow We Disappear, Requiem For The American Dream, Speed Sisters, Censored Voices and The Forecaster.

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