Biographical film on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, titled “An Insignificant Man” will release on November 17 this year. Global media giant Vice has acquired the rights to release the movie worldwide.
All You Need To Know About “An Insignificant Man”
Announcing its first ever film acquisition, Vice Documentary Films has picked up rights to the internationally celebrated documentary feature, ‘An Insignificant Man’. The film is a non-fiction political thriller and is directed by Khushboo Ranka and Vina Shukla. It highlights the spectacular rise of Arvind Kejriwal from a social activist to a polarizing politician.
Vice: “An Insignificant Man Is A Masterpiece”
Vice has termed it as a masterpiece and announced that will now be partnering with producer Anand Gandhi’s Memesys Lab in releasing the film widely, in India and internationally.
ice is one of the largest media houses in the world. While Netflix & Amazon are primarily video subscription services, Vice is a groundbreaking digital media and broadcasting company that tackles global issues often overlooked by traditional media with a fearless, raw approach to storytelling. The company has raised over a billion dollars since 2013.
Jason Mojica, Executive Producer, VICE Documentary Films said after watching An Insignificant Man:
“I first saw the ‘An Insignificant Man’ at TIFF in 2016 and I came away thinking it was the best doc about street-level politics since Marshall Curry’s Street Fight.”
Mojica further added: “We at VICE closely followed the filmmakers and the censorship battle over the film over the past few months. VICE will always champion independent filmmakers fighting for freedom of expression, and are putting our entire global platform behind this film.”
“We’re bringing ‘An Insignificant Man’ to our audience around the world because we think it’s a highly relevant film for anyone who sees problems in their own political systems and has the impulse to get personally involved in trying to change things.”