‘The Promise’: Armenian Genocide Movie Gets April Release Date From Open Road | Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Open Road Films has acquired U.S. rights to The Promise, the new film from Terry George about the Armenian genocide that had its world premiere in the fall at Toronto. Open Road, which acquired and distributed last year’s Best Picture Oscar winner Spotlight, has set an April 28, 2017 wide release date for the pic. [click on title above to read more]

Yay! The Promise finally has a distribution deal.

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