David Jourdan's fledgling sales agency T&C Pictures International has picked up Scott Sanders' Sundance blaxpoitation pastiche Black Dynamite, while celebrating a North American deal with Summit Entertainment on its first film comedy musical Lock And Roll Forever.
Jourdan closed the Black Dynamite deal with Endeavor Independent's Graham Taylor and Mark Ankner. Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Group paid $2m for North American rights to the picture starring Michael Jai White last month following a rapturous reception in Park City.
Lock And Roll Forever charts the exploits of an all-girl Japanese rock band who head to America in search of fame and fortune. Japanese rights are still available.
Summit's Michael Schaeffer brokered the deal Jourdan, who has also sold Scandinavian rights to Scanbox and closed a deal with Front Row in the Middle East. Japanese rights are still available.