Comedy dynamics has acquired the feature film lost holiday
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Comedy Dynamics has acquired the feature film Lost Holiday and will release it through the Comedy Dynamics network, their hybrid distribution system composed of Comcast, Amazon Prime Video, Spectrum, Apple TV, Dish, Google Play, DirecTV, Vimeo, YouTube and more, along with a limited theatrical release.

Home for the holidays with nothing to do, Margaret, a young social worker, and her high school best friend get in over her heads when they try to solve the kidnapping of a Washington DC socialite in the film Lost Holiday.

Lost Holiday stars Kate Lyn Sheil (The Sound of Silence, Golden Exists, House of Cards), William Jackson Harper (Midsommar, The Good Place, Paterson), Keith Poulson (Mercury Plains, Wild Canaries) and Josh Leonard (Blair Witch Project, Togetherness, Humpday), as well as voiceover from Emily Mortimer (Mary Poppins Returns, Our Idiot Brother, Cars 2). Written and directed by Michael and Thomas Matthews, the film includes original score by James Iha and was included in the 2019 Slamdance Film Festival, as well as 2019’s Rotterdam International Film Festival.”

Screen Anarchy said the film “Brims with energy and shenanigans (while) beautifully combining boozy comedy with character and crime,”

Film Inquiry called Lost Holiday“An utterly delightful, lively DIY crime caper that captures the reluctance of accepting adulthood,”

“Although it’s rooted in comedy, Lost Holidayis reminder to everyone that one wrong move or bad decision can leave you wishing it was all a bad dream,” said Brian Volk-Weiss, CEO of Comedy Dynamics.

The deal was negotiated by Anna Roberts of Comedy Dynamics and Ryan Kampe of Visit Films.