Following Proxy's screening at TIFF last September, IFC acquired the movie and they've just announced plans for an April VOD and theatrical release:
"On her way home from the doctor’s office one morning, expectant mother Esther is brutally accosted by a mysterious, hooded attacker. Disturbed, she retreats into a solitary life, keeping a safe distance from the outside world. As time goes on, she decides to make efforts to re-assimilate herself into society. She seeks comfort in a local support group and it’s there that she meets Melanie, a sweet woman from the neighborhood. Forming a new bond, Esther is hopeful that she can move on and start a new life with new connections. This of course falls apart one day when she makes a startling discovery that will change everything."
Proxy was directed by Zack Parker, who co-wrote the screenplay with Kevin Donner. The movie stars Alexia Rasmussen, Alexa Havins, Kristina Klebe and Joe Swanberg. Similar to other IFC releases, Proxy will first be available in select theaters and on VOD services on April 18th. A Blu-ray / DVD release is expected later in the year, but a street date has yet to be announced. Here's a look at the previously released festival trailer: