Bryan Glick is the Director of Acquisitions and Theatrical Distribution for The Film Collaborative. In his five years at the company he has grown their theatrical operation from two films a year to 14 films a year. He has managed the theatrical releases of 7 Independent Spirit Award nominated films, 4 International Documentary Association Award Winners, and helped filmmakers raise over $500,000 on Kickstarter for Hybrid-DIY theatrical distribution. Bryan has helped TFC to double their offerings for film festivals and in 2016 TFC generated just under $1,000,000 in film festival screening fees and prize money. Under his guidance 54% of TFC films have been directed by women and 1/3 by people of color.
His recent theatrical releases include the Oscar shortlisted documentary Hooligan Sparrow, For the Love of Spock, Requiem for the American Dream, (T)error, 1971, and I Am Divine. Current TFC Festival titles include Tower, Cameraperson, Forever Pure, Quest, and Unrest. Bryan has spoken about creative approaches to distribution at several festivals and conferences such as SXSW and Hot Docs.
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