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When is the film coming to a theatre in my city?
So far the Take has distribution deals (both theatrical and DVD) in the following countries:

Distributor Country Release Date Contact

First Run Features / Icarus Films

USA 22/09/2004
Odeon Films Canada 29/10/2004
Fandango Italy 18/03/2005
MK2 SA France 27/04/2005
Atalanta Filmes Lda Portugal TBA

Gil Scrine Films

Australia TBA
United Kingdom Video Ltd. Israel TBA
2-1-0 Films Greece TBA
Sagrera TV, S.A. Spain 07/10/2005
KINOSTAR Germany Late Summer/Fall 2006 (for German speaking activists)


When and where can I purchase the DVD?
Please see our Buy the Film page for the latest information on purchasing the DVD.

In which languages is the film available?
35mm Prints: English, French (subtitled), Spanish (dubbed and subtitled), Italian (subtitled)

DVD: The DVD is currently available in Canada in English with French subtitles. It will be available in France and Italy soon, and as the DVD is released in other countries, more languages will be available. Activists in various countries are also working on different language versions. For more information, email us at

How can I organize a screening of The Take?
Depending on the country you live in, you may be able to arrange your own screening of The Take for a modest rental fee. Please email us at , and we’ll do our best to help.

Is there a downloadable version of the trailer?
Yes, please visit our View the Trailer page.

I loved the music in the film. Is there a soundtrack available for purchase?
We’re working on releasing a soundtrack. In the meantime, here's a list of song credits.

"Se Viene El Estallido"
Performed by Bersuit Vergarabat

"Yo Vengo A Ofrecer Mi Corazon"
Written by Fito Paez
Performed by Lhasa de Sela
Lhasa appears courtesy of Les Disques Audiogram Inc
*This version was recorded especially for the film. The original version, made famous by Mercedes Sosa, should be available at your local music store.

"Santa Maria (del Buen Ayre)"
"Queremos Paz"
"La Del Ruso"
"Una Música Brutal"
The above listed songs were all taken from the Gotan Project album "La Revancha Del Tango", courtesy of XL Recordings Ltd, licensed exclusively from Ya Basta! Recordings

The rest of The Take's music was composed by David Wall. When the soundtrack is released, his original score will be included.

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