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Amazon Studios on Monday released a trailer for "Crown Heights," offering a sneek peek at the movie that won the Audience Award for U.S. Dramatic Film at the Sundance Film Festival.
"Crown Heights" is a biographical drama centered around the real-life plight of Colin Warner, who was 18 years old in 1980 when he was arrested and convicted of a killing he did not commit.
Warner was eventually exonerated, after spending 21 years in prison, through the work of Carl King, an acquaintance turned friend.
After a positive showing at Sundance, Amazon Studios purchased world rights to the film for more than $2 million.
"Crown Heights" is scheduled for release Aug. 25.