Atom Egoyan’s thriller records deals with the likes of France, Italy, Korea and the Middle East, among others.
Serendipity Point Films, Distant Horizon and IM Global have announced a raft of deals on Remember.
Atom Egoyan’s thriller, in which the darkest chapter of modern history collides with a contemporary mission of revenge, stars Christopher Plummer and is sold by IM Global’s specialty label Acclaim.
Deals have been concluded with, among others, France (ARP), Italy (Wild Bunch), Scandinavia (Scanbox), Latin America (Sun), Japan (Asmik Ace), Spain (Wild Bunch), Greece (Spentzos), Indonesia (Cinemaxx), South Africa (Videovision), Israel (United King), Korea (Joy n Contents), Malaysia (Golden Screen), Middle East (Selim Ramia & Co), Taiwan (Catchplay), and the former Yugoslavian territories (Pa Dora).
Airline rights were acquired by Entertainment in Motion, with Asian pay television rights going to HBO Asia.
Remember will be distributed by Entertainment One in Canada.
Producer Robert Lantos commented: “The robust across the board market interest in Remember is gratifying. IM Global has done remarkable work and we look forward to working with them and all our distributors to make this film as memorable as its title.”
Ari Lantos also produces, with executive producers Mark Musselman and Anant Singh.