by Eugene Hernandez (Updated 22 hours, 17 minutes ago)
EDITORS NOTE: This story was updated with information regarding an email message sent by New Yorker to filmmakers.
With rumors swirling all weekend among industry insiders, New Yorker Films, the venerable film distribution company, confirmed today that it is closing its doors. They made the announcement via a simple statement on their website.
“After 43 years in business, New Yorker Films has ceased operations,” the statement reads. “We would like to thank the filmmakers and producers who trusted us with their work, as well as our customers, whose loyalty has sustained us through the years.”
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