Freestyle Releasing

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Freestyle Releasing
Subsidiary of Entertainment Studios
Industry Entertainment
Predecessors Legacy Releasing
Independent Artists
Founded 2003
Founders Susan Jackson,[1] Mark Borde
Headquarters United States
Key people
Mark Borde
Products Motion pictures
Parent Entertainment Studios
Website Freestyle Releasing

Freestyle Releasing is an independent film studio founded in 2003, specializing in releasing films theatrically.[2][3] Unlike most distributors, Freestyle Releasing does not put up any prints and advertising money for its releases.[4]

The studio's first wide release was 2005's An American Haunting, which earned US$29.6 million. Its most successful film released theatrically to date is God's Not Dead (2014) which earned $62.6 million 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.

In October 2015 Byron Allen acquired Freestyle for an undisclosed amount "said to be sealed for high-eight figures".[5]

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