Montreal-based Equinoxe Films has signed an exclusive two-year deal to release New York-based Kimmel International's slate in all media in English and French-speaking Canada.

The upcoming releases include the romantic comedy Management with Jennifer Aniston and Steve Zahn, the Jack Black comedy Ye Olde Times, and the Haruki Murakami adaptation All God's Children Can Dance with Joan Chen.

The agreement follows an earlier deal that the parties struck in Toronto for Equinoxe to handle Lars And The Real Girl with Ryan Gosling, Married Life with Patricia Clarkson and Pierce Brosnan and Charlie Bartlett.

'We're delighted to be partnered with Kimmel International,' Equinoxe vice president of distribution Marie-Claude Poulin said. 'They have a unique and very exciting slate of films coming up. We look forward to working with Mark Lindsay, Bingham Ray and their very talented team.'

'Mike Mosca, Marie-Claude and the entire Equinoxe Films team have built a company we are excited to be in business with,' Kimmel International president Mark Lindsay said. 'We look forward to working exclusively with them and are confident in their ability to maximize our films' revenues in Canada.'

Poulin negotiated the deal with and Lindsay and Kimmel International's executive vice president of business affairs Jill Silfen.