The distributor has picked up two films on offer in the market, taking US rights to Atom Egoyan’s Remember starring Christopher Plummer and Bryan Bertino’s upcoming There Are Monsters.
Remember stars Plummer as a man who sets out across the United States to confront the former Nazi guard that murdered his family during WWII. The story is based on Benjamin August’s debut screenplay.
IM Global represents international rights and WME Global brokered the US deal on the Serendipity Point Films drama that also stars Martin Landau and Breaking Bad‘s Dean Norris.
Serendipity Point’s Robert Lantos produces with Ari Lantos in association with Distant Horizon, Detalle, Telefilm Canada and Egoli Tossell.
Anant Singh and Mark Musselman serve as executive producers alongside Moises Cosio, Jeff Sagansky, Mike Porter, Larry Guterman and D Matt Geller, with Jens Meurer serving as co-producer.
There Are Monsters hails from Atlas Independent and Unbroken Pictures and Embankment Films handles international sales.
Zoe Kazan plays a young mother who summons her primal, protective love to save her daughter when they are trapped by a terrifying creature.
UTA Independent Film Group brokered the deal and production is set to kick off this summer in Ottawa, Canada.
William Green and Aaron Ginsburg of Atlas Independent will produce with Adrienne Biddle of Unbroken Pictures. Atlas Entertainment’s Richard Suckle produces alongside Sonny Mallhi.