A Banner Year for Sundance Film Festival Deals

Evan Glodell's BELLFLOWER

On the final day of the Sundance Film Festival, the scorecard stands at 30. That’s how many films were picked up for domestic distribution during the festival.

“This is probably the best in the last three years for films that actually sell during the festival,” Arianna Bocco, head of acquisitions for Sundance Selects/IFC Films in New York, told Crain’s New York Business. “It’s clear that it went from a buyer’s market to a seller’s market.”

Yesterday’s acquisitions included Miranda July’s THE FUTURE, purchased by Roadside Attractions, and Evan Glodell’s feature film debut BELLFLOWER, an apocalyptic love story about two friends on the brink of adulthood, which was snapped up by Oscilloscope.

Here’s a complete list of the festival movies picked up for distribution and headed your way soon.

Be sure to satisfy all your festival needs with the latest buzz, top stories, and celebrity interviews from Sundance Channel’s coverage of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.