Lowell Dean’s horror comedy [pictured] sells to UK, German-speaking Europe, Japan and Australia, among others.
Raven Banner has closed a slew of deals on Cinecoup’s WolfCop.
Lowell Dean’s horror comedy has sold to UK (StudioCanal), German-speaking Europe (Ascot Elite), Japan (Shochiku), Australia (Accent), Taiwan (MovieCloud), India (Pictureworks) Philippines (Crystal Sky), China (V Cinema) and Korea (Linetree).
Interest from the US has been strong with a deal expected shortly. Raven Banner handle home entertainment and digital platforms in Canada.
Raven Banner’s managing partner Michael Paszt commented: “The great thing about WolfCop and its fantastic viral buzz is that the buyers find you.”
WolfCop centres on an alcoholic cop who discovers that he’s a werewolf.
“Raven Banner killed it and we look forward to a Wolfcop 2 repeat,” added Brad Pelman, CineCoup president, distribution and sales.
One year since it was greenlit for production at the 2013 Banff World Media Festival via the innovative CineCoup Film Accelerator programme, the film has just been released across Canada through Cineplex theatres.