Daniel Roher, the award-successful director powering Sundance documentary “Navalny,” has signed with Nameless Material for administration.
“Navalny” revolves all-around Alexei Navalny, the chief of the Russian opposition who survived an assassination attempt by poisoning with a lethal nerve agent in Aug. 2020. The riveting documentary shows how Navalny built shocking discoveries about the attempt on his existence all through his months-extensive recovery and determined to return home.
The movie premiered at Sundance to rave testimonials and acquired equally the Audience and Pageant Beloved awards. CNN and HBO Max are set to release the movie on April 24. “Navalny” will premiere on CNN+ on the same day.
Prior to “Navalny,” Roher made his documentary debut with “Once Had been Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band,” which premiered on opening evening at Toronto in 2019. The documentary sheds light on Robertson’s early lifetime and the generation of The Band, one particular of the most enduring teams in the background of well-liked audio. Aside from his work in movie and tv, Roher is also an accomplished visible artist. UTA signed Rohen rolling off this debut and will proceed to stand for him, together with Nameless written content which will deal with administration duties.
The company’s modern credits incorporate “Swan Song” for Apple Tv+,” “Worth” for Netflix, “Stillwater” for Concentrate Attributes and “The Midnight Sky” for Netflix. Impending Anonymous Information films contain “Foe,” starring Saoirse Ronan, Paul Mescal and Aaron Pierre. Nameless Content’s Tv set credits involve the just lately unveiled “The Final Days of Ptolemy Grey” for Apple Tv+, starring Samuel L. Jackson and Dominique Fishback. Approaching exhibits incorporate Taika Waititi’s “Time Bandits” for Apple Television+.