Aimee Schoof and Isen Robbins have partnered with Los Angeles production and sales company New Films International (NFI) to build a
slate of up to 10 films a year.

The producing duo, formally of New York-based Intrinsic Value Films,
teamed with NFI on the recent thriller The Alphabet Killer, which is
in post-production and available to buyers here.

NFI will finance and co-produce four films this year budgeted up to
$15m through a combination of private equity and pre-sales. Initial
slate details will be announced shortly.

'We are thrilled to be able to offer full-service development,
financing, production and sales components to talented film-makers,'
president Nesim Hason said. 'We will be actively seeking external
projects as well as developing in-house.'

Meanwhile Mark Clark has been promoted to vice president of
acquisitions and production. Clark previously served as a development
and production executive and worked on The Alphabet Killer, Living &
Dying, and Fall Down Dead, among others.