The Los Angeles-based sales and financing company has closed a slew of territories at AFM on its slate including the documentary Precious Life that last week became one of 15 titles to make it on to the Academy’s shortlist.
Senior vice-president of worldwide sales Roman Kopelevich has closed deals for Precious Life in Germany (Telepool) and Australia (Umbrella Entertainment and Vendetta Films).
Telepool also licensed Episode 50 while Umbrella Entertainment and Vendetta Films took Episode 50 and Violent Kind.
The UK’s Metrodome took Robotropolis, Violent Kind and Episode 50, while High Fliers took UK rights to Yellowbrickroad. First Independent Productions in France took Robotropolis and Episode50.
Accent acquired Australian rights to PhasmaEx Machina and Yellowbrickroad and Eagle Films in the Middle East took Robotropolis, Episode 50, ViolentKind, Yellowbrickroad and PhasmaExMachina. Thailand’s IPA took Robotropolis
“I am extremely pleased with our sales results at the AFM,” Kopelevich said. “The market has turned the corner for our films. Our head of acquisitions Nick Donnermeyer is doing a great job of finding the films and projects that sell in this type of environment.”