A24, the New York–based film and TV production and distribution company, and Mack, the London-based publisher of art and photography books and critical studies, have launched a joint publishing program.

Starting in September, Mack will distribute A24’s film, TV, and creator-driven books worldwide, including its previously existing list. The two companies also plan to publish new books "by some of the genre-defying writers and directors working in the industry today," per a release. Prior to the partnership, A24's existing collection of film books, including its screenplays, had only been available to order directly through the A24 website, and not in any bricks-and-mortar retail locations.

All books on A24's list will now be made available to the trade, including screenplays for such A24 films as Ari Aster's Hereditary and Midsommar; Robert Eggers's The Lighthouse and The Witch; Alex Garland's Ex Machina and Never Let Me Go; Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird; Jonathan Glazer's Under the Skin and The Zone of Interest; Barry Jenkins's Moonlight; Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert's Everything Everywhere All At Once; and Yorgos Lanthimos's The Lobster. The books include scripts for each film as well as original essays, director-selected frames from the films, and more, the companies said.

The move marks an expansion of Mack's list of film books, which to date has included such titles as Archive by Sofia Coppola and Little Joe: A Book About Queers and Cinema, Mostly by Sam Ashby. "Never before has a leading entertainment company and an art book publisher come together in an exclusive partnership of this nature," Michael Mack, founder of MACK, said in a statement. "It speaks to the shared vision of independent production houses that prioritize artistic innovation and creative expression."