Deals include Three Musketeers for UK, Universal Soldier IV for Canada.
E1 Entertainment snapped up several titles in Cannes for release in various territories.
For Benelux, E1 took on Kane and Lynch starring Bruce Willis and Jamie Foxx from Nu Image; Safe starring Jason Statham from IM Global; and Shark Night 3D and Mother’s Day both from Sierra Pictures.
For the UK, E1 bought Summit’s The Three Musketeers directed by Paul W.S. Anderson.
For Canada, E1 took on Vadim Perelman’s The Song of Names (Feel Films/Foundation Features/Egoli Tossell); Foresight’s Universal Soldier IV starring Jean Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren; Foresight’s The Ledge starring Liv Tyler and Patrick Wilson; and Ken Loach’s Route Irish sold by Wild Bunch.
For French-language Canadian releases, E1 took on Fields of Enchantment and Francois Ozon’s Potiche, both sold by Wild Bunch.
Across multiple territories, E1 took on Canadian and UK rights to Norwegian Ninja (Celluloid Dreams) and for UK and France, Vision Films’ Motorhead documentary Lemmy.