Ryan Kampe’s Visit Films has commenced talks on an American Film Market (AFM) slate that features worldwide rights excluding Japan to Toronto Midnight Madness selection Vampire Clay.
Effects and make-up artist Soîchi Umezawa makes his feature directorial debut on the King Record Co. production about art school students terrorised by a possessed pile of clay.
The line-up includes Rebecca Daly’s Toronto entry Good Favour, about a remote Christian community experiencing a crisis of faith that stars Vincent Romeo, Lars Brygmann, Clara Rugaard, Alexandre Willaume, Victoria Mayer, and Helena Coppejans.
Kampe’s roster includes Marleen Jonkman’s Chile-set road movie and Toronto selection Messi And Maud, as well as Carlos Marques-Marcet’s (10.000KM) recent BFI London Film Festival selection Anchor And Hope from Lastor Media, Vennerfilm, and La Panda. Oona Chaplin and Natalia Tena play women who enlist the help of a male friend (David Verdaguer) to start a family.
Tian Tsering’s Mumbai Film Festival selection Barley Fields On The Other Side Of The Mountain centres on the daughter of an imprisoned political activist who must decide on her future.
Visit continues the sales push on Irish prison break thriller Maze, SXSW selections Flesh And Blood and M.F.A., rites-of-passage drama Cold November, and Sundance selections Columbus, Family Life, and Dayveon.