EXCLUSIVE: Genre sales outfit takes five to AFM including supernatural horror picked up by Icon for UK.
Genre sales company Devilworks will take five new titles to the American Film Market (AFM) (Nov 4-11), including Adam Egypt Mortimer’s Some Kind Of Hate.
Devilworks will sell the supernatural horror’s international rights at the market, having boarded the project follows its premiere at the Stanley Film Festival in May.
Starring Grace Phipps (Tales Of Halloween), Spencer Breslin (The Happening) and Brando Eaton (American Sniper), director Adam Egypt Mortimer’s feature film debut follows a teenager who accidentally summons the spirit of a young, bullied girl after being sent to a reform school.
Icon Film Distribution previously took the film’s UK rights in September, adding it to its FrightFest Presents label.
Also on Devilworks’ AFM slate are Swiss-German co-production Polder; Sci-Fi thriller The Answer, which premiered at the Netherland’s Shriekfest in April; Listening, Khalil Sullins’s feature directorial debut, which Amplify have picked up for US distribution; and Australian drama Sacred Heart.