Sundance Selects to release film on Anthony Porter, Alstory Simon

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“A Murder in the Park,” a documentary about the two men accused of a 1982 double murder in Chicago, has been acquired by a distributor planning to release it later this year.

Sundance Selects got U.S. rights to the movie, which makes a case for the guilt of Anthony Porter, the man first convicted of the crime and later released when another man, Alstory Simon, confessed.

Filmmaker senses ‘urgency’ for release of documentary about Anthony Porter, Alstory Simon

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