Sidney Kimmel's Los Angelesand New York-based production company Sidney Kimmel Entertainment has signed anon-exclusive foreign sales partnership with Capitol Films in time for AFM.
Capitol will represent NickCassavetes' drama Alpha Dog,starring Emile Hirsch, Justin Timberlake, Bruce Willis and Sharon Stone, aswell as the Julianne Moore/ Billy Crudup romantic comedy Trust The Man, written and directed by Bart Freundlich.
Senator Internationalcontinues to represent and serve as executive producer on Joshua MichaelStern's fantasy title Neverwas,which is wrapping production in Vancouver and stars Aaron Eckhart, IanMcKellen, William Hurt, Brittany Murphy, Nick Nolte, Alan Cumming and JessicaLange.
"We feel these films are inthe best possible hands for representation in the foreign marketplace," Kimmelsaid in a statement.
"Given our overall strategyof assessing these relationships based on script, cast and our partners'visions for marketing our films by territory, we look forward to a successfulAFM with both Capitol and Senator."
Alpha Dog is loosely based on the real-life experiences of a drugdealer who became one of the youngest men ever to go on the FBI's Most Wantedlist.
Trust The Man reunites Freundlich with his World Traveler stars Moore and Crudup as well as David Duchovny.
Neverwas tells the story of a college graduate who comes tobelieve that his father's book about a fantasy world may be true.
In a statement Capitolco-founder Jane Barclay said: "We are so excited to represent these outstandingprojects and to be working with Sidney Kimmel in what we hope will be a longand fruitful relationship."
Sidney Kimmel Entertainmentplans on producing up to 10 projects a year of various genres and budgets.