HBO Documentary Films Buys Cannes Title and Sundance Winner ‘All That Breathes’ (EXCLUSIVE)

HBO Documentary Films has bought worldwide television rights for Cannes Special Screenings title “All That Breathes.”

The film is the only Sundance movie to screen as part of Cannes’ Official Selection this year — a feat all the more impressive given Cannes is not known for its documentary programming. In Park City, the film picked up the Grand Jury Prize in the World Cinema Documentary Competition.

Directed by Shaunak Sen (“Cities of Sleep”), “All That Breathes” follows two brothers who run a bird hospital dedicated to rescuing injured black kites, which are a staple in the skies of New Delhi, India.

In one of the world’s most populated cities,

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