Freestyle Releasing

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Freestyle Releasing is an independent film studio founded in 2003, specializing in helping other people/companies to release their films theatrically for getting distribution fees.[1][2] Unlike most distributors, Freestyle Releasing does not put up any prints and advertising money for its releases.[3]

The studio's first wide release was 2006's An American Haunting, which earned $19 million USD. Its most successful film released theatrically to date is God's Not Dead (film) (2014) which earned $58.9 million USD following its March 21, 2014 release. The label also handles releases from Bob Yari's Yari Film Group and co-runs the genre label After Dark Films.

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