Film adaptation

In 2010, Chad Troutwine, Chris Romano, and Dan O'Meara produced a documentary film adaptation with a budget of nearly US$3 million in an omnibus format by directors Seth Gordon, Morgan Spurlock, Alex Gibney, Eugene Jarecki, Rachel Grady, and Heidi Ewing.[31] It was the Closing Night Gala premiere film at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 30, 2010.[32] It was also the Opening Night film at the AFI/Discovery SilverDocs film festival on June 21, 2010. Magnolia Pictures has acquired distribution rights for a Fall 2010 release.[33]

Freakonomics: The Movie was released in major cities with a pay what you want pricing offer for selected preview showings.[34] No report of the results has yet been published.

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