Indomina closes spate of sales on Reign Of Blood, The Shrine
EXCLUSIVE: Indomina has closed deals on Reign Of Blood with G2 for the UK, Luxor for the CIS and Koch in Germany on the project,
LA and Dominican Republic-based Indomina Group has reported brisk sales on its maiden slate here with vp of international sales Catherine Quantschnigg licensing key territories on vampire thriller Reign Of Blood, among others.
Quantschnigg has closed deals with G2 for the UK, Luxor for the CIS and Koch in Germany on the project, which is in pre-production and stars Elizabeth Hurley, Danny Huston, Mark Strong, Gemma Arterton, Wes Bentley, Alice Eve and Eddie Marsan. Mary Lambert directs.
Further deals closed with Viva for Indonesia and the Philippines, Ram Indo for Malaysia, Falcon for the Middle East and Leda Films for Latin American pay-TV.
I-On New Media acquired German rights to horror tale The Shrine, which has also gone to Falcon for the Middle East, Ram Indo for Indonesia and Malaysia and Viva for the Philippines.
Falcon also acquired the dramas Idea In America and Over The Wall, which is set to star Freddy Rodriguez, Nick Stahl, Kim Basinger and Jennifer Morrison. Leda Films took pay-TV Latin American rights to Idea In America.
Indomina Releasing opened the martial arts epic True Legend in North America on Friday  and Jasbinder Singh Mann’s vertically integrated parent company is partnering with Pinewood Shepperton on a studio facility in the Dominican Republic.