DuBow's Opus acquires worldwide rights to Bad Behaviour, Septien
Ken DuBow’s Opus Distribution strides into Berlin with worldwide sales right to Joseph Sims’ debut feature Bad Behaviour and Michael Tully’s Sundance genre gem Septien.
DuBow has also closed a slew of sales on sci-fi thriller Eyeborgs starring Danny Trejo. Momentum took UK rights, Nikkatsu has acquired the film for Japan, Free Dolphin for France, Euro Video for Germany, R Films for Turkey and Vapet for the Czech Republic.
Bad Behaviour receives its international premiere at California’s Cinequest Film Festival next month and stars John Jarratt from Wolf Creek in an interwoven storylines about murderers, teenagers and a cheating wife.
DuBow will also be eager to talk to buyers about Septien (pictured), which launched in Park City last month and will screen in the market on Tuesday .
The comedy mystery screens on US VOD channel Sundance Selects and follows a recluse who returns to the family farm to reunite with his two unhinged brothers.
The slate includes Truth About Kerry, TheChristmas Bunny, Love At First Lie and The Dead Undead starring Luke Goss.